Spain's Enagas denies Ukraine LNG terminal deal
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish gas distributor Enagas (ENAG.MC) said on Monday it had not agreed to build a liquefied natural gas terminal on the Black Sea, undermining earlier comments from Ukrainian officials.
"Investing in this project does not currently feature in Enagas' plans," a spokeswoman said.
Ukrainian officials had said the country would create a consortium with Enagas that giving the Spanish company a 75 percent stake.
(Reporting by Andres Gonzalez, Writing by Clare Kane, Editing by Tracy Rucinski)
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