Loading LNG carriers

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) stored in tanks at Zeebrugge and Dunkirk can be loaded by small or large-scale LNG carriers.

  • 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.

Beschreibung

Loading small LNG carriers (able to carry between 1,000 and 30,000 m³ of LNG) at Zeebrugge is ideal for supplying:

  • industrial users not connected to the natural gas grid (e.g. Scandinavia)
  • ships running on LNG

Loading large LNG carriers (able to carry between 30,000 and 267,000 m³ of LNG) at Zeebrugge and Dunkirk makes it possible to export LNG to other markets.

Simultaneous loading from three jetties (two at Zeebrugge and one at Dunkirk).

If you don’t have any LNG, you can buy it during loading (Free on Board) - FOB.

More information about tariffs and types of berthing rights.

More information : Specifications of Zeebrugge and Dunkirk

How to book?

At Dunkirk

1. Choose your operation date:

  • Short-term availability: View the available slots (UIOLI) here.
  • Long-term availability: View the available slots here.
  • More availability?: Contact us

2. Contact us to book a slot.


At Zeebrugge

1. Choose your operation date, availabilities are reflected here.

2. Sign an LNG Terminalling Agreement with Fluxys LNG.

3. Fill in this form and return it to info.lng@fluxys.com.

4. You will receive a confirmation of your booking by email.

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