Deutsche ReGas has not too long ago signed an settlement with the Federal Republic Germany in regards to the FSRU TRANSGAS POWER for the deliberate LNG terminal in Mukran signed.
“That is one other milestone for part II of the LNG terminal ‘German Baltic Sea’ reached,” stated Ingo Wagner, Managing Director of Deutsche ReGas.
The corporate might be sub-charterer of the regasification vessel, which might be used along with NEPTUNE in part II of the LNG terminal ‘Deutsche Ostsee’ within the port of Mukran.
As agreed, Deutsche ReGas takes over the rights and obligations of the top constitution settlement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Greek shipowner, particularly all prices similar to the total constitution.
The particular ship flying the Maltese flag, in-built 2021, is likely one of the most fashionable, most secure and most environmentally-friendly of its sort and has a regasification capability of as much as 7.5 billion m3/y of pure gasoline and an LNG storage capability of 174 000 m3.
The LNG terminal ‘Deutsche Ostsee’ in Mukran with the regasification ships NEPTUNE and TRANSGAS POWER could have a complete entry capability in response to the BNetzA exemption resolution for as much as 13.5 billion m3/y of pure gasoline function.
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