Unload, store and regas LNG carriers

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) from anywhere in the world can be unloaded, stored and regasified in the Zeebrugge and/or Dunkirk LNG terminals

Beschreibung

Ability to unload LNG carriers with capacities between 1.000 and 267.000 m³.

Simultaneous unloading possible at three jetties (two at Zeebrugge and one at Dunkirk).

After regasification (up to 40 GWh/h) :

- Immediate access to the French (TRF) and Belgian (ZTP) markets
- Downstream access to the Dutch (TTF), UK (NBP) and German (NCG and Gaspool) markets

Environmentally friendly regasification using residual-heat technology and Open Rack Vaporizer (ORV).

Ability to reload LNG carriers and LNG trucks.

 

More information about tariffs and types of berthing rights.

Good to know : 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: 3 BCM (2,2 MTPA) available until 2036
  • More availability? Contact us

2. Contact us to reserve a slot

 

At Zeebrugge:

1. Choose your operation date, availabilities are reflected here

2. Sign the LSA contract 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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