Elengy, the operator of three French LNG terminals said it has reviewed its LNG truck loading contract, allowing more flexibility and access to its loading stations at Montoir de Bretagne and Fos Tonkin LNG terminals.
The company noted the optimization of the scheduling rules takes into account the capacity increase at both terminals this year.
Loading capacity at the Montoir de Bretagne facility reached 12 trucks per day while eight trucks can be loaded at the Fos Tonkin facility, totaling 6,000 trucks per year.
The new contract also allows for unused subscription to be postponed to a later period or transferred from one terminal to the other without incurring additional costs.
In 2015, Elengy loaded over 1,500 trucks in 2015 while almost 3,000 LNG truck loadings are expected in 2016.
LNG World News Staff