两周后，道达尔能源表示将供应LNG，并为在德国波罗的海沿岸的城市卢布明新建成的Deutsche Ostsee LNG进口终端提供一个FSRU。道达尔能源还签订了再气化能力每年26亿立方米天然气的合同，并开始从其全球综合业务中向卢布明终端输送LNG。此外，总部位于瑞士的交易商MET Group上月表示，已在卢布明终端获得具有约束力的长期LNG产能。
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Germany Plans To Have The World’s Fourth Largest LNG import Capacity By 2030
Germany plans to have as much as 70.7 million tons per year of LNG import capacity by 2030, which will make Europe’s biggest economy the fourth-largest LNG import capacity holder in the world by the end of this decade, Argus reports, citing plans by the German economy ministry and energy group RWE.
Germany plans to have a total of 10 FSRUs, some of which will be removed and replaced by>The rush to have LNG import terminals as soon as possible will make Germany the fourth largest import capacity holder behind the major Asian LNG buyers South Korea,and Japan, according to Argus.
It is important to note that several of these projects are proposals and there is no guarantee they will all be built.
Germany inaugurated its first floating LNG import terminal at Wilhelmshaven a week before Christmas.
In early January, Germany welcomed the first tanker carrying LNG at the newly opened LNG import terminal at Wilhelmshaven, with the cargo arriving from the Calcasieu Pass export facility in the United States.
Two weeks later, TotalEnergies said it would supply LNG and is contributing an FSRU to the newly opened Deutsche Ostsee LNG import terminal in Lubmin on the German Baltic Sea coast. TotalEnergies has also contracted regasification capacity of 2.6 billion cubic meters of gas per year and began to deliver LNG from its global integrated portfolio to the Lubmin terminal. Separately, Switzerland-based trader MET Group said last month it had secured binding long-term LNG capacities at the Lubmin terminal.