The LNG carrier ‘LNG Fukurokuju’ is expected to deliver approx. 138,000 cubic metres of LNG.
The project received a further boost last month when Belgian gas infrastructure operator Fluxys agreed to join the project as an “industrial partner.”
Applications from potential users of the LNG terminal may be submitted by May 24, 2021, 4:30 p.m. Lithuanian time.
The vessel, which has been named Bergen LNG, will be operated by Bergen Tankers in supplying LNG to clients of local oil and gas company Gasnor.
Reloading station operated by KN has reached double achievement: the 1000th LNG truck loading operation, as well as the 300th LNG truck loading for the Polish company PGNiG.
BioLNG can benefit from the existing LNG infrastructure.