Fluxys in Germany
Our transmission activities in Germany
Benefit from secure gas transmission services in Germany:
- Supply natural gas to the German market
- Onward delivery throughout Europe
Use our available capacities, firm and interruptible, in the TENP pipeline to secure gas transmission from North to South and from South to North connected with the Dutch, Belgian and Swiss grids in both directions. You are provided with an access to the Belgian Zeebrugge LNG Terminal and the French Dunkerque LNG Terminal via the link with the Belgian grid.
Benefit from the North European Gas Pipeline (NEL) and the European Gas Pipeline Link (EUGAL) to accomodate downstream gas flows from the Nordstream pipelines bringing Russian gas through the Baltic Sea to Europe, providing the German and surrounding markets.
Calculation of the technical capacities of Fluxys TENP GmbH
According to Art. 20 (1b) EnWG, German Transmission System Operators are obliged to determine the Entry and Exit capacities. Below you will find a description of the methodology used by Fluxys TENP GmbH to calculate the technical transport capacities.
Calculation of the technical capacities of Fluxys Deutschland GmbH
According to Art. 20 (1b) EnWG, German Transmission System Operators are obliged to determine the Entry and Exit capacities. Below you will find a description of the methodology used by Fluxys Deutschland GmbH to calculate the technical transport capacities.
Upcoming LNG activities in Germany
Fluxys and Novatek joint venture Rostock LNG GmbH have signed a Land Lease Agreement with the Port of Rostock with a view to building and operating a mid-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage terminal in the port. The envisaged facility is to unlock LNG as a low emission alternative for heavy fuel oil, diesel and LPG in North and Central Europe and the Baltic Sea area.
The joint venture (Novatek 49% - Fluxys 51%) intends to build and operate a terminal for receiving and unloading mid-scale LNG carriers, keeping LNG in storage and providing services to enable downstream distribution of LNG:
- Truck loading (and possibly rail carriages) to supply LNG to industry or LNG-fueling stations for trucks,
- Reloading to supply LNG amongst other as bunker fuel for ships operating in the Baltic Sea.
The mid-scale LNG storage terminal in the port of Rostock is to receive LNG carriers from the liquefaction facility which Novatek is currently building in the port of Vysotsk near Saint-Petersburg. Following the signature of the Land Lease agreement, Rostock LNG GmbH is to proceed with the engineering and permitting processes.