LNG Croatia to Offer Additional Regasification Capacity in Oct '25
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LNG Croatia, the operator of the country's LNG terminal on the Krk island, said it will offer additional regasification capacity in October 2025, according to news portal Seenews.
On April 14, LNG Croatia and Norway-based supplier of cargo handling and reliquefaction systems Wartsila Gas Solutions signed a contract to deliver an additional regasification module with a maximum capacity of 250,000 cubic meters per hour, the Croatian company said last week.
The production of the regasification module will take 22 months, and its installation on the existing floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) vessel of LNG Croatia will be carried out during the summer of 2025, allowing the company to boost the capacity of the terminal to 6.1 bcm of gas per year from the current 2.9 bcm.
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