The call for capacity subscription currently ongoing at Montoir-de-Bretagne will enter its final binding phase in October 2019.
It is a unique opportunity to gain direct access to up to 3.5 Bcm/year of firm and existing capacity from 1 October 2021 to 31 December 2035.
We are confident that Montoir-de-Bretagne is technically and economically one of the most relevant LNG terminals to match the increasing LNG import needs in Europe.
To date, Elengy has already received a tremendous level of interest from the market.
Hence, based on first commercial discussions, Elengy has decided to update the provisional commercial schedule as follows:
This agenda is subject to approval of the French Commission for Regulation of Energy, to be specified before the start of the binding period.
Since the launch of this service in 2013, Elengy has steadily increased the LNG truck loading capacity in its LNG terminals.
In the context of the energy transition, LNG is the ideal solution to replace polluting energies such as fuel oil or coal. Whether for industrial sites, that are converting their processes to gas, or for mobility (especially LNG truck fueling stations), trailer-transported LNG makes natural gas available for everyone, even in sites not connected to the grid.
Initially created at the Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal in 2013, this service has also been developed since 2014 at the Fos Tonkin terminal, which today supplies many sites, mainly in France and Italy.
To meet ever-increasing demand, Elengy will be opening a brand new truck loading station at the Fos Cavaou LNG terminal in the coming weeks.
Elengy vient de réaliser une animation vidéo. Objectif : promouvoir le GNL et ses différents usages au service de la transition énergétique.
On ENGIE’s proposal, Elengy’s Board of Directors decided to appoint Sandra Roche-Vu Quang as CEO of Elengy effective on June 1st 2019, succeeding Laurence Borie-Bancel, who has been appointed to other positions within ENGIE.