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Neste Jacobs celebrates completion of EPCM work for Pori LNG terminal

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Recently, Gasum announced that Finland’s first LNG import terminal, located in Pori, has officially commenced operations. Neste Jacobs has now released a statement celebrating the completion of the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) work that it carried out between 2014 and 2016.

The terminal features state-of-the-art engineering solutions for unloading vessels, storing LNG, ship bunkering operations, truck loading, and the distribution of regasified LNG via pipeline to an industrial park. Neste Jacobs also carried out extensive process risk evaluations and safety automation assessments during the engineering phase to ensure safe operations.

Jarmo Suominen, CEO of Neste Jacobs, said: “We are very happy and proud to have had the opportunity to be the EPCM contractor for Skangas in this Finland’s first LNG import terminal project.

“By executing this technically challenging project, our experts in Porvoo and Turku have even further strengthened the know-how of LNG processing within Neste Jacobs, putting us in the pole position amongst the Nordic engineering companies serving the gas industry.”

Tommy Mattila, Sales and Marketing Director of Skangas, added: “The Pori terminal is the first LNG terminal in Finland and we at Skangas are satisfied to have this challenging project successfully completed as planned. This terminal boasts lots of modern technology and automation and we are looking forward to straightforward and reliable operation for years to come.”

Edited from press release by David Rowlands

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