Picture of the day: Gate LNG break bulk terminal

Gate LNG terminal has last week taken the final investment decision to add LNG break bulk infrastructure and services to the first Dutch LNG import terminal.

The new facility in the port of Rotterdam is expected to boost the use of LNG as a transportation fuel in the Netherlands and Northwest Europe.

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Break bulk (or small-scale) services aim to split up large-scale LNG shipments into smaller quantities. This enables the distribution of LNG as a fuel for maritime vessels, ferries, trucks and industrial applications.

LNG World News Staff, July 7, 2014; Image: Gate

 

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