Loading LNG carriers

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

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 : Dunkirk vs Zeebrugge

Booking a loading operation

At Dunkirk

1. Choose your loading date

  • More availability?
    Contact us

2. Contact us to book a slot

At Zeebrugge

1. Choose your loading date

  • Short-term availability:
    Primary and secondary market (more information)
    Contact us 

  • Long-term availability:
    48 Small Scale Berthing Rights and Additional Berthing Rights available each year to December 2021
    58 Small Scale Berthing Rights and Additional Berthing Rights available each year from 2022 till 2026

  • More availability
    Contact us

2. Sign an LNG Terminalling Agreement (LTA) 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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