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World’s first top category ice class LNG carrier calls at Zeebrugge LNG terminal
The world’s first top category ice class LNG carrier has docked at the Zeebrugge liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal for a series of scheduled operations. The vessel will be serving the Yamal LNG production terminal under construction in North Siberia.
Green Gas Initiative: 50% increase of biomethane in gas networks in three years
The Green Gas Initiative (GGI) members saw 11 TWh of biomethane injected in gas networks of their home countries in 2016, a 50% increase over the past three years. This promising result is one of the outcomes detailed in GGI’s recent first report on the development of biomethane.
Fluxys Belgium and GRTgaz to launch first virtual interconnection point in Northwest Europe
On 1 December 2017 Fluxys Belgium and GRTgaz will introduce Virtualys, a single virtual interconnection point between the Belgian ZTP and French PEG Nord gas trading places with a view to facilitate cross-border trading.
Fluxys & Hanseatic Energy Hub’s shareholders partnering in Stade LNG terminal project
Gas infrastructure company Fluxys and shareholders of Hanseatic Energy Hub, developer of the LNG terminal project in Stade near Hamburg, have agreed on Fluxys joining the project as industrial partner.
PEGAS ZTP monthly gas price index attractive new option for end users and suppliers in Belgium
14 September 2017 – As liquidity and market depth at the Belgian gas trading place ZTP continues to increase, pan-European gas trading platform PEGAS has launched a ZTP monthly price index. The monthly index offers end users and grid users in Belgium an attractive alternative for currently used price references in gas supply contracts.
Fluxys Belgium: successful long-term bond issuance of €350 million
Fluxys Belgium has successfully issued two bonds with a total nominal value of €350 million at historically low credit spreads and for long-term maturities. Total market appetite reached €880 million, which reconfirms the confidence of European institutional investors in Fluxys Belgium’s credit quality and the key role of the Belgian natural gas grid as crossroads for Northwestern Europe.
Regulated information: 2019 results
• Turnover up to €531.0 million (2018: €503.2 million)
• Net profit up to €69.5 million (2018: €54.5 million)
• Proposal to the Annual General Meeting on 12 May 2020:
gross dividend of €1.30 per share (2018: €1.26 per share)
• Investments in infrastructure: €91.3 million, mainly for the construction of the fifth storage tank at the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Zeebrugge
• 2020-2023 transmission tariffs approved: reduction in tariffs
• Zeebrugge LNG terminal boosts its prospects
o Record traffic for both large-scale and small-scale LNG
o Unloading of LNG carriers: new long-term contract until 2044
o LNG transshipments: start of long-term contract until end 2039
• Practical steps to move the energy transition forward: fully targeting green gas and already achieving results with natural gas
• Roll-out of action plan to halve our own greenhouse gas emissions by 2025
Regulated information: 2020 results
31/03/2021 18:00 – Annual results Fluxys Belgium financial year 2020
Fluxys partner in Brazilian gas transmission system operator TBG
Gas infrastructure company Fluxys and institutional investor EIG Global Energy Partners (EIG) have completed the announced transfer of EIG’s minority stake in Brazilian gas transmission system operator TBG.
Energy transition: Port of Antwerp and Fluxys team up for CO2 capture
The climate target of getting Belgian CO2 emissions 35% lower by 2030 is a formidable challenge. In this context Antwerp Port Authority and gas infrastructure operator Fluxys believe strongly that carbon capture, storage and reuse by industry is an important weapon in the fight against climate change. They are therefore teaming up to take further practical steps that will help give shape to the energy transition.
A first in Belgium: seven leading players sign cooperation agreement for the transport of hydrogen
The climate target to reduce CO2 emissions in Belgium by 80% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels is a major challenge. Hydrogen has an important role to play in the mix of solutions to achieve results. That is why Deme, Engie, Exmar, Fluxys, Port of Antwerp, Port of Zeebrugge and WaterstofNet are joining forces. A joint study serves as a basis to coordinate delivery of concrete projects that shape the production, transport and storage of hydrogen.
Fluxys invests in innovative gas technology and acquires a stake in boostHEAT
Brussels/Lyon, 16 December 2016 – Six years after it was founded in 2011, boostHEAT is raising funds in a bid to finance the industrialisation phase of its thermodynamic boiler. Fluxys has decided to enter the capital of the company and will have a 7.39% share in the company as well as a member in the Board.
World's first purpose-built LNG Bunkering Vessel delivered to ENGIE, Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK
ENGIE, Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation, and NYK have taken delivery of the world’s first purpose built liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel (LBV) from Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd., at the Yeongdo shipyard in Busan, Korea. She will run on LNG for her maiden voyage, after a few days of loading LNG delivered by trucks at the shipyard.
Energy in Europe: new gas transmission connection between France and Belgium inaugurated
Pascal De Buck, CEO of Fluxys Belgium, and Thierry Trouvé, CEO of GRTgaz, inaugurated in Pitgam (Nord) the new gas transmission pipeline connecting France and Belgium. Initiated in 2010, this new link between the two countries is another step towards creating a more integrated gas market in Northwest Europe.
Zeebrugge LNG terminal: successful outcome of the Open Season for additional regasification capacity
The Open Season for additional regasification capacity at the Zeebrugge LNG terminal has been successful. Fluxys LNG will now take further steps in the regulatory approval process with a view to taking a final investment decision in February 2021 at the latest.
Colruyt Group (Eoly), Parkwind and Fluxys join forces in power-to-gas
Eoly, part of Colruyt Group, Fluxys and Parkwind have set up a collaboration to boost the sustainability of the energy landscape in Belgium. The ambition is to build an industrial-scale power-to-gas installation that converts green electricity into green hydrogen that can be transported and stored in the existing natural gas infrastructure.
LNG bunkering barge FlexFueler002 delivered to owners to start servicing the Antwerp port and region for cleaner shipping
Fluxys and Titan LNG have built the FlexFueler 002 LNG bunkering barge to support the shipping industry in its switch to cleaner operations in the Antwerp port and region. The vessel will make liquefied natural gas (LNG) more widely available as alternative shipping fuel from its home location at Quay 526/528 as from February 2021.
Fluxys merger with wholly owned subsidiary Fluxys Finance
Fluxys today has undertaken an acquisition merger with its wholly owned subsidiary Fluxys Finance that was in charge of the centralised management of cash funds and financing within the group. These activities will now be carried out by Fluxys itself.
7.5% reduction in natural gas transmission tariffs in sight
Natural gas transmission tariffs are set to drop for the third time in five years on 1 January 2018, which will have a positive impact on gas bills for individuals, SMEs as well as large companies. This decrease is triggered by the interim tariff revision mechanism provided for in CREG’s tariff decision.
Regulated information: results for the first half of 2017
Information on key events in the first half of 2017 and their impact on the financial situation of Fluxys Belgium
- Turnover up, mainly due to the start of contracts for gas transmission between Dunkirk and Zeebrugge
- Slight upturn in interest rates has positive impact on the Group’s results
- €36.0 million in investments, mainly in the fifth storage tank and second jetty at the LNG terminal in Zeebrugge
- Fluxys Belgium’s infrastructure: key role on the North-Western European market
- Offtake by gas-fired power stations increases by nearly one quarter
- Belgian gas trading places continue to thrive: ZTP up 46%
- Small-scale LNG remains successful and natural gas as a fuel for transport continues to rise
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