Gasgrid Finland and Fortum have signed a Letter of Intent on placing Finland’s first floating LNG terminal vessel Exemplar at Fortum’s Inkoo port.
Uniper has facilitated the charter of two FSRUs managed by Dynagas Ltd. to the German government to diversify and strengthen the security of gas supply to Germany.
Floating player Hoegh LNG has signed deals with Germany to charter two floating storage and regasification units as the European country looks to reduce reliance on Russian gas.
Estonian and Finnish ministers of economic affairs have agreed to the joint leasing of a floating terminal for liquid natural gas (LNG) that will guarantee the supply of gas to both countries.
A unit of Germany’s Salzgitter has secured a contract from Open Grid Europe (OGE) to supply steel pipes for a pipeline that will link the planned LNG terminal in Wilhelmshaven with the grid.
Poland’s PGNiG said it has placed an order to book regasification capacity at Gaz-System’s planned FSRU-based LNG terminal in Gdansk Bay.
Croatia is planning to slightly increase the capacity of its FSRU-based LNG import terminal on the northern Adriatic island of Krk.
Greece’s Mediterranean Gas has received approval for its planned development in the port of Volos.
Lithuania’s Klaipedos Nafta said the 170,000-cbm FSRU Independence would receive 20 large LNG cargoes in the March-September period.
National Natural Gas System Operator (DESFA SA), the Greek natural gas transmission operator acquired a 20 per cent share of Gastrade.