Elengy Company, in its LNG receiving terminal of Montoir-de-Bretagne and Nantes Saint Nazaire Harbor have hosted on January 10th the first call of an ice-class LNG carrier for a transshipment operation of LNG into a classical LNG carrier. This operation marks the start of a new period for the reception of latest technology LNG carriers.
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In order to make its LNG terminals more and more attractive, Elengy acts now as a go-between for the shippers. Any market player can now advertises downstream services complementary to our regasification offer.
To meet the growing market demand for natural gas, the Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal is adapting its facilities. From now on, it offers its customers more flexibility with a capacity increased to 18 LNG trucks loading per day, compared with 12 previously. An increase in capacity made possible especially by development work on the station and optimization of the loading schedule.
Starting today, Fos Tonkin LNG terminal increases the capacity of its LNG truck loading facility, from 8 to 11 trucks that can be loaded each day.
Elengy comes to realize a visit of the Fos Cavaou LNG terminal in virtual reality. Are you ready for a new experience?
Following large consultation of our clients and the last decision of the Regulator (CRE), the new French regulated LNG terminal access contracts have now been updated with substantial improvements.