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.

2nd June 2014. Following our first announcement dated 07 May 2014, and in compliance with the Public Decision from the Regulatory Commission of Energy (CRE) dated 28 May 2014, the schedule and the procedure of the sale of additional access capacity at Fos Tonkin LNG Terminalfor the period 1 October 2014 - 31 March 2015 is now available.

Thanks to an optimisation of Fos Tonkin facilities, Elengy is offering to the market additional access capacities at Fos Tonkin LNG terminal during the winter 2014-2015 period [*]

On May 7th and 8th, Elengy is present at the Morocco Oil & Gas Summit 2014.
An expert on international projects will speak on challenges and opportunities for LNG Import Terminals - The 50-year experience of Elengy applicable to Morocco.

The investment decision for the construction of a new LNG tank was due to be confirmed at a later date, taking account of the renegotiation clause offered to the subscribers as part of the allocation rules of the Open Season.

Fos Tonkin LNG truck loading contract is now available (French version) :
The LNG truck loading service at Fos Tonkin will be launched on 5th June 2014.

Martin Jahan de Lestang has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Elengy and Chairman of Fosmax LNG as of April 1, 2014. He succeeds Jean-Marc Guyot, who has himself been appointed Chairman of GDF SUEZ China.

On March 25th 2014, Elengy will talk about his expertise in inner repair of metallic tanks in cryogenic atmosphere. The presentation will take place within technical workshops of the conference.

Launched in 2009, the renovation of Elengy's Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal is nearing completion. The project will safely and reliably extend the use of the terminal until at least 2035, in line with the commercial commitments made to its customers. It will also ensure the terminal can adapt to changes in the global LNG carrier fleet by being compatible with Q-Flex and Q-Max vessels, to changes in the market and to expanding customer requirements by offering them new services and greater flexibility.


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