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Kaliningrad FSRU is a floating LNG import, storage, and regasification terminal in Kaliningrad, Russia. The name of the vessel is the Marshal Vasilevsky FSRU.
The FSRU is moored adjacent to in the Baltic Sea 5km north of Priboy, Russia. Satellite photography from Planet shows the breakwater where the FSRU is moored.
- Parent: Gazprom
- Location: Kaliningrad, Russia
- Coordinates: 54.9836999, 20.3629261 (exact)
- Capacity: 2.7 mtpa, 0.39 bcfd
- Status: Operating
- Type: Import
- Start Year: 2019
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
Gazprom is constructing an LNG import, storage and regasification terminal on the coast of the Baltic Sea. The terminal will be able to receive up to 2.7 billion cubic meters of gas per year. The FLNG terminal will be connected to existing gas pipeline.
It is planned to be operational in late 2017.
The terminal was inaugurated in January 2019. It is moored at a breakwater that is 5km north of Priboy, Russia, and is connected to the mainland by a pipeline. Gazprom plans to use the FSRU to transport gas from the Portovaya LNG Terminal near Leningrad.
Articles and resources
- "LNG regasification terminal in Kaliningrad Region," Gazprom website, accessed Aug 2017
- Kalingrad FLNG Terminal, A Barrel Full, accessed April 2017
- Kaliningrad LNG terminal, The Medi Telegraph, Jan. 10, 2019
- Main Specifications, MCS, accessed July 2019