Flexible LNG storage

Access more storage capacity

  • 11/05/2020

    Fluxys LNG Consultation 43 and Info Session

    On 11 May 2020, Fluxys LNG starts a market consultation on the regulatory documents with a focus on :

    • introduction of a new type of firm Send Out Capacity
    • reframing Small Scale Berthing Rights into Stand Alone Berthing Right
    • aligning the LNG Terminalling Agreement with other agreements
    • technical changes to the regulatory documents
    • update of the LNG tariffs for the use of the LNG Zeebrugge terminal

Product description

  • Zeebrugge can store 386.000 m³ of LNG. Several types of storage are available depending on your needs or activities :

Basic storage capacity

  • Ideal to store 140.000 m³ of unloaded LNG
  • Included in an unloading slot
  • Basic storage period = 40 consecutive tides (10.3 days)
  • Basic storage volume = 140.000 m³ of LNG (decreasing linearly over time)

Additional storage capacity

  • Store up to 36.000 m³ of LNG
  • In the long term (multiannual)
  • In addition to basic storage capacity

This storage capacity is sold on a long-term basis up to October 2023.
Contact us to reserve it through the secondary market.

Residual storage capacity

  • Store up to 30.000 m³ of LNG
  • In the medium term (one month before the service)
  • In addition to additional storage capacity

More information about residual storage

Daily storage capacity – Gas excess

Reserve Unused capacity on a daily basis.

Visit the Electronic Data Platform (EDP) to reserve the quantity you need, when you need it, subject to availability.

Transshipment storage capacity

  • Store up to 180.000 m³ of LNG
  • Ideal if you need to store your LNG a few days before reloading this LNG onto another LNG carrier (at a rate of 10.000 m³/h).

This storage capacity is sold on a long-term basis up to 2039.
Contact us to reserve it through the secondary market.


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LNG Terminalling

Unloading LNG carriers

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) from anywhere in the world can be transported by LNG carrier to Zeebrugge and Dunkirk and be unloaded there.
LNG Terminalling


Transfer your liquefied natural gas (LNG) from ship to ship at Zeebrugge and Dunkirk terminals

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