Within the sale process, Elengy claims that it will offer its potential customers several types of services, including the conventional unloading of Medmax-type LNG tankers (each of which has a capacity of 75 000 m3 of LNG) and the reloading of micro-tankers for LNG bunkering needs, as well as the LNG tucks loading.
According to the statement, the sale will be launched in February this year. Detailed information regarding the services offered will be provided in the information memorandum at the opening of the sale.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/regasification/21012019/capacities-at-fos-tonkin-to-be-put-on-sale-for-the-period-2021-2030/
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