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Small Scale LNG Map: Existing & Planned Infrastructure for Sea-Road-Waterways Transport

LNG as fuel in maritime and road transport and energy solution in off-grid destinations is gathering ground throughout Europe. The GLE small-scale LNG map for the first time provides the LNG industry and interested parties with an overview of the available, planned and announced small-scale LNG infrastructure and services in Europe.

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LNG as fuel in maritime and road transport and energy solution in off-grid destinations is gathering ground
throughout Europe. The GLE small-scale LNG map for the first time provides the LNG industry and interested
parties with an overview of the available, planned and announced small-scale LNG infrastructure and services
in Europe.

The GLE small-scale LNG map provides the following information:

LNG Import Terminals Offering New LNG Services

Reloading: Transfer of LNG from the LNG reservoirs of the terminal into a vessel
Transshipment: Direct transfer of LNG from one vessel into another
Loading of bunker ships: LNG is loaded on bunkering ships which supply to LNG-fuelled ships or LNG bunkering
facilities for vessels
Truck loading: LNG is loaded on tank trucks which transport LNG in smaller quantities
Rail loading: LNG is loaded on rail tanks which transport LNG in smaller quantities

LNG Small-Scale Liquefaction Plants:

LNG is produced in small scale liquefaction plants to respond to peak shaving demand or make available
natural gas to regions where it is not economically or technically feasible to build new pipelines.

LNG Bunkering Facilities for Vessels:

This stationary facility allows ships to bunker LNG to be used as fuel for the vessel

LNG Bunker Ship:

This ship supplies LNG directly to LNG-fuelled ships or to LNG bunkering facilities for vessels.

LNG Refuelling Stations for Trucks:

This facility allows trucks to fill LNG to be used as fuel.

LNG Satellite Storage:

They enable to store LNG in small quantities in areas where there is no high pressure pipeline. LNG is delivered mainly by trucks (but also by small LNG ships) to these satellite plants where it is then stored and regasified into the natural gas distribution networks or used by an end user.

Report courtesy of GLE.

Disclaimer
*This map first appeared on the Gas Infrastructure Europe website: http://www.gie.eu/index.php/maps-data/gle-sslng-map
* All data provided on this map is for information purposes only and shall be treated as indicative only. Under no circumstances it shall be regarded as data intended for commercial use.
The CWC Group nor the GLE cannot be held liable for the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided. For any specific queries on the information here obtained the relevant companies should be contacted.
From GIE: All data provided on this map is for information purposes only and shall be treated as indicative only. Under no circumstances it shall be regarded as data intended for commercial use.
GLE cannot be held liable for the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided. For any specific queries on the information here obtained the relevant companies should be contacted

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