Elengy and Novatek Gas & Power have signed this Tuesday, 2 June a long-term contract to provide transshipment services at the LNG terminal of Montoir-de-Bretagne.

2015 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the LNG industry in France. For 50 years, Elengy has been exploiting three LNG terminals including Montoir-de-Bretagne.Come and celebrates with us this anniversary by attending the terminal's public opening on Saturday 20th of June 2015. An opportunity for you to discover through a guided tour how an LNG terminal and the gas chain work. Visits will be held only in French.

Passionate about sailing since her childhood, french sailor Hélène Defrance reached the world's top in 2009, making a name for herself in this highly competitive sport. Competing today with her team mate Camille Lecointre, she aims to earn her selection and a medal for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Since 1st April 2015, Elengy gives extra flexibility to S-30 and S-SPOT regasification services with the possibility for shippers to have a send-out duration between 20 and 30 days.

Further to the Public Decision from French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) dated 05 February 2015 deciding on the tariff for the use of regulated LNG terminals, we are pleased to inform you that the updated contract providing access to Elengy's LNG terminals, applicable from the 1st April 2015, is now available on our website.

2015 is a historic year for Elengy, which celebrates its 50th anniversary: on March 28, 1965, the Jules Verne was unloading her 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, launches a training to support the development of small scale LNG on the Montoir-de-Bretagne terminal.

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

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

Montoir-de-Bretagne, 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.

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