Fosmax LNG has announced that it is considering making short/medium-term investments to modify its existing facilities to make them capable of receiving both existing and planned small scale LNG vessels at the Fos Cavaou LNG terminal in France.
The company claims that these investments are being planned in order to offer LNG market players the opportunity to load small scale LNG vessels with LNG under optimal safety, reliability and performance conditions.
As such, the company has launched a call for expressions of interest to discuss the technical aspects of the project with interested parties, and to evaluate the requirements and expectations related to the proposed small scale LNG vessel loading service.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/small-scale-lng/24022017/fosmax-lng-considers-small-scale-lng-vessel-loading-services-at-fos-cavaou/
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