According to GlobalData’s LNG Regasification Database, 30 new announced, and planned regasification terminals are expected to commence operations during 2023-2030. Of these, 18 planned terminals with identified development plans are expected to add 3,254bcf (billion cubic feet), while 12 early-stage announced terminals that are undergoing conceptual studies and are expected to get development approval will add 1,234bcf of new regasification capacity during 2023-2030. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global LNG regasification segment. Buy the latest LNG terminals profiles here.
Here are the five largest upcoming LNG regasification terminals in Europe by capacity in 2030, according to GlobalData’s LNG Regasification Database.
1. Stade LNG
Stade is a planned regasification terminal, located in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is expected to start operations in 2027. It is likely to commence commercial operation with a capacity of 469bcf. The terminal is in approval stage. It will be operated by Hanseatic Energy Hub. Buss Group GmbH & Co (25%), Dow Chemical Co (25%), Others (30.64%) and Publigaz (19.36%) are the equity holders in the terminal. Buy the profile here.
2. Brunsbuttel LNG
Located in Hamburg, Germany, Brunsbuttel is an announced regasification terminal. It is expected to start operation in 2026. It is likely to commence commercial operation with a capacity of 282bcf. NV Nederlandse Gasunie (40%), Others (50%) and RWE (10%) own this terminal. The terminal is in the approval stage. It will be operated by Nederlandse Gasunie. Buy the profile here.
3. Stade Floating LNG
Stade Floating is a planned terminal located in Lower Saxony, Germany, and is in the construction stage. It is expected to commence operation in 2023. Its initial capacity will be 265bcf. The operator of the project is Deutsche Energy Terminal. Buss Group (25%), Dow Chemical Co (25%), Others (30.64%) and Publigaz (19.36%) own the terminal. Buy the profile here.
4. Thessaloniki Floating LNG
Located in Aegean Sea, Greece, the Thessaloniki Floating is an announced regasification terminal. It is owned by Energean (50%) and Helleniq Energy Holdings (50%). It is expected to commence operation in 2025. The terminal is likely to start with a capacity of 258bcf. It will be operated by Elpedison. The project is in the approval stage. Buy the profile here.
5. Gdansk Bay Floating LNG
The Gdansk Bay Floating regasification terminal is located in Pomeranian, Poland. It is owned by Gaz-System (100%). The terminal is expected to commence operation in 2026. Its initial capacity is expected to be 215bcf. This terminal will be operated by Gaz-System. This planned terminal is currently in the approval stage.
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