According to the statement, the tender procedure concerning the expansion involves the delivery of the following three main components:
- Additional regasification installation – increasing the terminal’s nominal regasification capacity to 7.5 billion Nm3/yr.
- Third LNG process storage tank – increasing the operational flexibility of the LNG terminal installation and ensuring the optimum natural gas process storage capacity.
- LNG-to-rail transhipment installation – extending the range of services provided with the possibility of natural gas transhipment onto ISO containers and rail tankers.
Polskie LNG claims that the tender process will involve signing the contract with the selected contractor by the end of this year. Reaching the target capacity of 7.5 billion Nm3/yr is planned in 2021, whilst the other two projects are planned for completion in 2Q23. According to the statement, the expansion is to be implemented under the ‘design and build’ formula. The overall goal of the expansion is to allow the company to offer new services to both foreign and domestic customers.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/regasification/02012019/polskie-lng-commences-tender-procedure-for-lng-terminal-expansion/
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