LNG entrepreneur denies pre-election deal

A businessman who had approached other entrepreneurs with a plan to develop a gas-fired power station in Delimara before the general election is now a shareholder in Electrogas Consortium, the successful bidder for the multi-million euro Enemalta project.

However, Paul Apap Bologna, owner of a company which imports pharmaceuticals, vehemently denied he had struck a pre-electoral deal with the Labour Party. The government also denied ever discussing the energy proposal with Mr Apap Bologna.

A presentation used by Mr Apap Bologna to market his proposal before the election, included plans to moor an LNG tanker, to be used as a storage facility, adjacent to the existing power station in Delimara.

The winning bidder selected by Enemalta, Electrogas Consortium, includes the same companies Mr Apap Bologna was promoting before the election.

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