TotalEnergies has introduced the commissioning of the Cape Ann, its FSRU for LNG positioned within the port of Le Havre. The terminal injected its first megawatt-hours of gasoline into the grid operated by GRTgaz, utilizing LNG from Norway.
TotalEnergies has contracted 50% of the terminal’s annual capability of round 5 billion m3, to provide it with LNG from its international portfolio. The remaining capability might be marketed in line with guidelines accepted by the regulator.
Cape Ann key figures:
- Most regasification capability: 5 billion m3/y, or round 10% of French con-sumption.
- Storage capability: 142 500 m3.
- Vessel dimensions: 283 m x 43.4 m.
- Draught: 12.5 m.
- Deadweight: 112 457 t.
- Lightship: 31 676 t.
- Date of first launch: June 2010.
- Proprietor: Höegh LNG.
- Flag: French.
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