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Germany Readies for Second LNG Import Terminal


Deutsche ReGas will officially launch its LNG terminal project at the Baltic Sea port of Lubmin on January 14.

  • It represents the second LNG import terminal that Germany will have in operation after the recent Wilhelmshaven opening.
  • The 4.5 billion cubic meter capacity import project — amounting to about 3.3 million tons of LNG per year has been delayed by permitting issues. It was meant to open late last year.
  • Start-up of the Lubmin terminal means Germany should have combined capacity of 9.5 Bcm/yr at Lubmin and Wilhelmshaven combined.

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