Your LNG gateway into Northwestern Europe
The Zeebrugge LNG terminal serves as a gateway to supply LNG into Northwestern Europe. Any LNG unloaded at the terminal can be redelivered for consumption on the Belgian market, or traded on the Zeebrugge Hub or onward transmission to supply other end consumer markets in any direction: the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxemburg, France and Southern Europe.
About 1,300 LNG carriers received
The Zeebrugge terminal facilities provide for loading and unloading ships carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG). LNG is stored there temporarily as a buffer in storage tanks and can be regasified and injected into the grid for transmission or loaded back onto LNG ships. About 1,300 LNG carriers have docked at the terminal since commissioning of the facility in 1987.
> Overview of the LNG terminal