2015 is a historic year for Elengy, which celebrates its 50th anniversary: on March 28, 1965, the Jules Verne was unloading its LNG cargo at Le Havre, in the first French LNG terminal, opening the LNG operation channel in France and Europe.

Elengy in collaboration with the certified training center “Energy Formation” specialized in energy,

On the 13th of January, Elengy Montoir’s terminal completed its 500 th LNG truck loading, after a record December with 51 loadings which supplied 15 different industrial plants.
To date, more than 1800 truck loading operations have been subscribed on Montoir and Fos Tonkin terminals for the September 2013 – March 2017 period.


LNG is a booming source of energy for many uses : it is competitive for the energy supply of industrial plants which are not connected with gas pipelines network. Furthermore, LNG provides many environmental benefits as a road and marine fuel.
Elengy positioned itself rapidly on that promising market, offering truck loading services in Montoir since July 2013 and in Fos Tonkin since June 2014.

On the 13th of January, Elengy Montoir’s terminal completed its 500 th LNG truck loading, after a record December with 51 loadings which supplied 15 different industrial plants.

2nd December 2014 - Download the press release

An outline agreement was signed by Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port and Elengy, the operator of the LNG terminal at Montoir-de-Bretagne, to carry out a joint study of the possibilities for LNG as fuel in 2014. This collaboration has confirmed the interest of LNG as fuel for ships in the area and has boosted the position of the terminal as an LNG hub. A solution for truck loadings on the Montoir terminal is already available to allow truck-to-ship bunkering, and other solutions should be available shortly.

Elengy participates in a round table "LNG: a key solution for marine fuel?" on December 3rd at the 10th assises de l'économie de la merin Nantes.

 

LNG truck loading service is available since the 5th of june 2014 at Fos Tonkin’s LNG terminal, for a capacity up to 4 trucks a day. As part of this new service, the terminal performed its first LNG truck loading on the 30th of September 2014.

Fos-sur-Mer, 24th July 2014 - Download the press release

Fosmax LNG, which owns the Fos Cavaou LNG terminal, can now offer its customers a top grade reloading service (4,000 m3/h instead of 1,250 m3/h) for ships of up to 200,000 m3 (instead of 100,000 m3).

Paris, 5th June 2014 - Download the press release

Elengy launches a LNG* tanker truck loading station at its Fos Tonkin LNG terminal.

A new REMIT publication platform for the French market participants using LNG terminals is now online.
According to Article 4 of Regulation (EC) No 1227/2011, market participants shall publicly disclose inside information notifications.

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