To access the LNG terminals
In order to further facilitate access to the LNG terminal, and for shippers wishing to anticipate the steps, the operator offers the possibility of signing a Master Agreement, standard Access Contract with no financial commitment, for which the capacities will be specified later by way of amendment in the event of subscription.
Capacity allocation rules at the interface points between LNG terminal and transmission network (PITTM):
The holding of regasification capacities, whatever their duration and level, entails the right and the obligation to subscribe the corresponding entry capacities on the transmission network. In accordance with the rules in force, this allocation is automatic.
Vessels must be approved to access the terminal, as per access contract and Ship Approval Procedure.
The purpose of the regulated Access Contract is to determine the conditions under which the operator undertakes to:
- Receive vessels sent by the shipper at the terminal’s berth.
- Unload or reload the cargo from said vessels
- Store the quantities of LNG unloaded
- Regasify these quantities of LNG and transfer them to the network
- For shippers who so desire, enable the quantities of LNG stored to be traded.
Contract to access Elengy's LNG terminals
The Access Contract to Montoir-de-Bretagne or Fos Tonkin LNG terminal, applicable from 1 April 2023, sets out the conditions under which Elengy, owner of the terminal, offers regulated regasification or ship reloading services.
The Access Contract to Fos Cavaou LNG terminal, applicable from 1 April 2023, sets out the conditions under which Fosmax LNG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Elengy, and owner of the terminal, offers regulated regasification or ship reloading services
Small scale contracts
The small-scale LNG carrier loading contract sets out the conditions under which Elengy Hub and Expertise undertakes to receive you and defines all the services linked to your subscription.
Small-scale LNG carriers must be approved to access the terminal, as per access contract and Ship Approval Procedure.
LNG truck loading contract
You have access to LNG truck loading service in our three terminals.
In our terminals, ships also have the possibility of refuelling or bunkering, loading spare parts, changing crews, LNG-related services such as ageing studies or LNG quality adjustment, etc., after the end of the commercial operations and by subscribing to a port call extension beforehand, if necessary.