NFE and Gasunie Sign FSRU Charter Agreement for LNG Terminal Implementation in the Netherlands
“We are pleased to be working with Gasunie, one of Europe’s leading energy infrastructure companies, to add LNG import capacity and strengthen the energy security of
Ulco Vermeulen, member of the Executive
The chartered FSRU will provide storage capacity of approximately 170,000 m3 of liquefied natural gas with peak regasification capacity of 900 mmscfd. NFE’s FSRU will work in tandem with a third party’s FSRU to provide up to 8 bcm per year of total regas capacity. The vessel will provide a core component of Gasunie’s
The binding FSRU charter agreement is subject to the execution of definitive documentation which is expected to be completed in the coming weeks.
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