SEFE Securing Power for Europe has signed an settlement with Hanseatic Power Hub (HEH) for regasification capability in Stade, as an necessary constructing block in SEFE’s mission to make sure the safety of gasoline provide in Germany and Europe. Beginning in 2027, the corporate plans to import at the very least 4 billion m3/y of LNG through the zero-emission terminal.
The capacities had been booked for 20 years, with future flexibility to modify to ammonia as a hydrogen-based power supply. This selection is open to all HEH clients with a long-term contract of greater than 10 years. The capacities permit for the availability of German clients with gasoline from completely different geographical areas.
Dr Egbert Laege, Managing Director of SEFE, mentioned: “LNG is a spine of our provide portfolio, and the settlement with HEH is of strategic significance to the SEFE Group. The capacities will advance us on our mission of guaranteeing the safety of gasoline provide in Germany and Europe and drive the inexperienced power transformation.”
“We’re delighted that SEFE is backing Stade. With the HEH, we’re constructing an import terminal that can safe Germany’s provide of LNG and on the identical time put together for the market ramp-up of hydrogen. We’re technically and commercially versatile for the long run,” added Johann Killinger, Managing Director and Co-Companion of the Hanseatic Power Hub.
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