Gallery: Poland’s first LNG terminal almost complete

The construction on Poland’s first LNG terminal being built in Świnoujście is almost complete and it is expected to be commissioned by the end of this year.

The start-up of the LNG terminal, operated by Gaz-System’s unit Polskie LNG, has been delayed for more than a year with the original date which was set for the end of June last year.

In the first stage of operation, the LNG import terminal will enable the regasification of 5 Bcm of natural gas annually.

Polskie LNG has earlier this year signed a contract with Tractebel Engineering to conduct a feasibility study for the expansion of the LNG terminal involving the construction of a third storage tank and accompanying investment.

The expansion would include adding LNG reloading service for smaller vessels, through which the LNG terminal could become a reloading depot for smaller installations operating in the region, as well as for bunkering vessels with LNG.

LNG World News Staff; Images: Polskie LNG


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