The quantity of LNG to be supplied under the new SPA is up to twelve cargoes per year.
Lower Saxony’s Environment Minister Olaf Lies presented the funding notification of €2.375 million for Uniper’s planned hydrogen pilot project at the Krummhoern natural gas storage site.
The German federal government, Uniper and Fortum agreed on a package of measures to stabilize Uniper financially against the backdrop of the ongoing supply shortfalls of Russian natural gas and Uniper’s system-critical role for Germany’s energy supply
Energy firm Uniper confirmed that it expects to commission Germany’s first LNG import terminal in Wilhelmshaven this winter.
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.
Uniper, as builder and operator of the terminal, will invest around €65 million.
Uniper’s Liqvis has added another LNG filling station to its growing network in Germany in order to cater to the increasing demand for the fuel in road transport.
Uniper condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the strongest possible terms.
Uniper’s subsidiary Liqvis continues to expand its network of LNG filling stations for trucks with the opening of a new facility near the western German city of Bonn.
Novatek and Uniper signed a term sheet on the long-term supply of large volumes of low-carbon ammonia. These supplies will be delivered to Uniper’s markets in Germany and North-West Europe.