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Pavilion Energy and SLNG sign storage and reload services agreement

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Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd has announced that it has signed a five-year agreement with Singapore LNG Corp. Pte Ltd (SLNG) for LNG storage and reload services at the SLNG Terminal on Jurong Island, Singapore.

According to the statement, this is the first such agreement signed for a term longer than two years, following a competitive bid process.

Under the terms of the agreement, Pavilion Energy will have access to tank capacity of 180 000 m3 on a segregated basis at the SLNG terminal over the next five years. Pavilion Energy claims that this will support a higher volume of LNG trading activities, including LNG breakbulk and vessel cool-down services. The contract’s longer tenure allows Pavilion Energy greater flexibility in managing its LNG portfolio, market fluctuations and demand dynamics.

Frédéric H. Barnaud, Group CEO of Pavilion Energy, said: “Pavilion Energy is pleased to renew the partnership with SLNG. Tank capacity in Singapore presents greater opportunities for LNG optimisation and trading in the Asia-Pacific Basin. It complements well our LNG/gas trading activities in the Atlantic Basin.

“Pavilion Energy has held true to our commitment to facilitate wide access to the SLNG Terminal, contributing to the vibrancy of Singapore’s LNG market.”

Tan Soo Koong, CEO of SLNG, added: “SLNG is happy to extend our cooperation with Pavilion Energy through this longer term storage and reload services agreement. SLNG has taken bold steps to develop infrastructure and create new service offerings to meet the needs of the industry, and we will continue to do so. We are primed to play our part in helping Singapore achieve its ambition of becoming an LNG hub, through catalysing LNG-related businesses such as LNG trading, small scale LNG distribution, LNG bunkering, and more.”

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