LNG Regasification

Get direct access to neighboring markets by regasifying your LNG

  • 22.07.2020

    Subscription Window and Open Season

    From July 22nd until August 14th 2020, Fluxys LNG organizes a Subscription Window to commercialize Stand Alone Send Out (‘SASO’) Capacity until 2023 and Stand Alone Berthing Rights (‘SABRs’) until 2039.


Regasify your LNG stored at Zeebrugge and Dunkirk and inject it into the natural gas grid.

Choose your type of send-out depending on your needs or activities in Zeebrugge.


Basic send-out

  • Regasify 140,000 m³ of unloaded LNG.
  • Regasify at a rate of 4.2 GWh/h for 40 consecutive tides (10.3 days).
  • This service is included in our unloading slots. 


How to transport your regasified LNG to the following market areas?

  • ZTP (Belgium)
  • TRF (France)
  • TTF (The Netherlands)
  • NBP (United Kingdom)
  • NCG (Germany)

Book downstream transmission capacities at Fluxys Belgium


Additional send-out

Regasify large quantities of LNG in the long term (multiyear) in addition to the basic send-out.

All this send-out capacity is already sold up to October 2023.

However, don't hesitate to contact us to reserve capacity through the secondary market.

Stand alone send-out

2,87 GWh/h stand alone send out capacity (firm) is commercialised for regasification until December 31 2023.

You can book stand alone send out for a minimum of one gas day or a whole multiple of gas days.


Daily send-out – non nominated

  • Long-term and unused send-out capacity on a daily basis
  • Automatically distributed if necessary
  • Subject to availability


Good to know

Reduction of calorific density
Some pipelines (e.g. in the UK) require a lower natural gas calorific density than others.

At Zeebrugge, nitrogen can be added to your LNG post-regasification to reduce the calorific value of the gas.

View the regasification tariffs

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