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Regasification

Engro and Excelerate Energy sign MoU

The MoU is related to the development of the private regasified LNG sector in Pakistan, which is designed to enhance Pakistan’s energy security.

Stade becomes next German FSRU site

Stade will be the site of one of the four floating LNG terminals – so-called FSRUs – chartered by the Federal Government of Germany.

Fluxys and EIG partner on GNL Quintero

The companies have completed the acquisition of Enagás and OMERS Infrastructure’s respective stakes of the LNG regasification terminal, representing 80% of the GNL Quintero share capital.

 

Snam purchases FSRU from BW LNG

BW Singapore, built in 2015, has a maximum storage capacity of approximately 170 000 m3 of LNG and a nominal continuous regasification capacity of approximately 5 billion m3/y.


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Auctions concluded at OLT Offshore LNG Toscana

The auctions were for the allocation of the continuous regasification capacity, in relation to multi-year allocation processes with expression of interest, concerning gas year from 2022/2023 to gas year 2032/2033.

Adriatic LNG starts auction for Open Season 2022

Adriatic LNG kicks off the auction for operators interested in importing long-term LNG in Europe, with an overall LNG regasification capacity of approximately 147 billion m3 for the next 25 years.

Snam buys FSRU from Golar

The new LNG import terminal, named Golar Tundra, will help safeguard Italy’s energy security and diversification.

Snam and Golar LNG sign agreement for an FSRU

Through the contract, Golar will deliver the existing LNG carrier Golar Arctic as a FSRU that Snam will install in Sardinia as part of a project to supply the island with energy.

Höegh LNG agrees to charter two FSRUs to Germany

The company has signed a binding implementation agreement with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action to charter out two FSRUs for operations in Germany.