Transfer your liquefied natural gas (LNG) from ship to ship at Zeebrugge and Dunkirk terminals
15/07/2019Looking for an opportunity to unload your LNG carrier in the coming weeks ?
01/07/2019Belgian federal energy Regulator CREG has approved the tariff and LNG Services Agreement proposals for unloading slots and additional storage services at the Zeebrugge LNG terminal.
Two possible forms:
- Ship-To-Ship (Zeebrugge)
Faster, no need to pass through a storage tank, LNG is directly transferred from one LNG ship to another.
- Ship-Storage-Ship (Zeebrugge & Dunkirk)
LNG is unloaded from a LNG ship, then stored in a tank at the terminal. It can be loaded a few days later by another LNG ship.
More information : Zeebrugge vs Dunkirk
Booking a transshipment operation
Contact us to book a transshipment operation
1. Sign a transshipment agreement (LTSA) with Fluxys LNG
2. Choose your transshipment date
- Short-term availability :
Primary and secondary market (more information)
150 Berthing Rights available until mid 2019 (First Committed First Served - FCFS)
- More availability?
Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
4. Your transshipment is automatically booked
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Good to know
Boil-off gas : A quantity of LNG evaporates during transshipment, as it does during any operation. This gaseous quantity is then collected and pressurized, meaning that this LNG is not lost. The natural gas is not liquefied and so will be reinjected onto the natural gas grid in gaseous form. There are no atmospheric emissions.
As a result, 98% of a cargo can be transshipped and 2%* evaporates and is injected in gaseous form onto the natural gas grid. This 2% can be valued at the European natural gas market price.
*1.6 GWh/h for 20 hours for the transshipment of 160,000 m³ of LNG
- Corentin Cassiers
- Werner Luyts
- Kwinten Standaert
- Cedric Van Hoonacker