Rotterdam grants permit for LNG terminal

Dec 15, 2006 01:00 AM

Construction can begin on the LionGas LNG import terminal in the Port of Rotterdam under a permit recently granted by the City of Rotterdam.
Under the first construction phase, project sponsor 4Gas will build one jetty, three storage tanks, and facilities to regasify 6.57 mm tpy of LNG beginning in 2010. The terminal's capacity can be doubled under second phase, which would add three tanks and a jetty.

The terminal will be built on 25 hectares at the mouth of the Port of Rotterdam under a land-use agreement with the Port of Rotterdam Authority. 4Gas has also received a EUR 40 mm commitment from the port authority to develop an LNG-dedicated harbour basin at the site.
4Gas said: "LionGas is the only fully permitted LNG project in the Netherlands. The developments keep the LionGas project on target to start construction in 2007 and becoming fully operational in 2010."

Source: OGJ
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