Skangass signed a two year agreement with Eni for the supply of liquefied natural gas.
This further strengthens the small scale LNG availability in the Nordic markets, the company said in a statement. The LNG will be delivered from the Fluxys LNG terminal in Zeebrugge and transported to Skangass’ newly opened receiving terminal in Lysekil, Sweden.
The agreement for 4.6 TWh falls into one of the largest small-scale agreements for LNG, according to the statement.
The LNG will be transported by Coral Energy to Skangass receiving terminal in Lysekil, Sweden.
In addition to the supply deal with Skangass, Eni concluded an agreement with Fluxys LNG on booking additional loading slots at the Zeebrugge terminal.
This agreement supports EU programs for clean industry and transportation sector. Users of LNG and natural gas are achieving significant reduction of CO2 emissions as well sulphur, NOx and particles reductions, Skangass said.
Last month the new receiving terminal in Lysekil was opened, and another receiving terminal is under construction in Pori, Finland.
Skangass is also participating in plans for an LNG terminal in Tornio, Finland.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Skangass