LNG Croatia Opens Tender for Design of Refueling Spot in Zadar
LNG Hrvatska, the operator of Croatia's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the Krk island, said it has launched a tender for the design of a refueling spot for LNG and compressed natural gas in Zadar.
The deadline to submit bids in the tender is October 17, the company announced as cited by news portal SeeNews.
The new refueling spot will be located at the Gazenica port in Zadar, on Croatia's central Adriatic coast. The LNG terminal on the Croatian northern Adriatic island of Krk started operating in January 2021.
It delivers gas to the Croatian national transmission network, which is connected to fellow EU member states Slovenia, Italy, and Hungary, as well as to non-EU members Serbia and Montenegro.
The LNG terminal on Krk has a regasification capacity of 338,000 cubic meters per hour, equal to 2.9 billion cubic meters (bcm) per year.
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