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Reganosa to assist operations start-up at Dunkirk LNG terminal

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Reganosa has announced that it has been awarded a contract to assist the operations start-up at the Dunkirk LNG terminal in northwest France. The regasification terminal, which has three tanks with a capacity of 190 000 m3, is able to deliver 13 billion m3/yr, which is almost 20% of the gas consumption of France and Belgium combined.

Reganosa will provide a seven-man team of technicians for the project. For six months, the team will be in charge of consulting for the management of the plant until the local staff have enough experience to operate the facilities alone. The first members of the team have already arrived at the terminal, with the remaining members to follow suit.

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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