Terneuzen FSRU

From Global Energy Monitor
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Terneuzen FSRU was a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal proposed in the Netherlands. The promoter decided in February 2023 not to proceed with the project.[1]


The terminal was proposed to be located in Terneuzen, Netherlands.[2]

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Project details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gasunie[2]
  • Parent company: Gasunie[2]
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  • Location: Port of Terneuzen, Netherlands[2]
  • Coordinates: 51.345151, 3.847630 (approximate)
  • Capacity:
  • Status: Cancelled[1]
  • Type: Import[2]
  • Start year: Winter 2023-2024[3]
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  • FID status: Pre-FID
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In December 2022, Gasunie said that it was looking at the port of Terneuzen for another possible floating LNG terminal site. This statement was made after the Dutch government issued an update on its gas strategy, including plans to spend around 500 million euros for subsidies next year to fill the Bergermeer gas storage facility.[2]

In February 2023, Gasunie announced it had dropped its plans for the project and was not moving forward with construction.[1]

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