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Fluxys to Offer Additional LNG Capacity in Zebrugge

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.

Fluxys LNG has secured additional long-term regasification capacity for the period 2027-2044 at Zebrugge Terminal, Belgium. Capacity has increased from 110 slots to 134 slots per year, as of April 2027.

LNG ship on the open oceanThe additional capacity is a response to increased market demand, following Fluxys’ Call for Market Interest, capturing feedback from market players interested in Zeebrugge’s LNG services. In order to address such long-term demand, Fluxys LNG has decided to convert its current short-term offering of additional slots (offered the last few years on a yearly or monthly basis) into long-term capacities and consequently, increasing the nameplate long-term regasification capacity of the Zeebrugge Terminal from 110 to 134 slots per year as of April 2027.

The additional capacity will be offered to the market via a subscription window organised between Monday 10 June and Monday 1 July 2024.

A signed LNG Services Agreement (LSA) must be in place prior to participating in this Subscription Window.

  • These 2 lots of Slots will be offered in a subscription window from 10th June 2024 until 1st July 2024 at 14h00.
  • Complete, sign and send us the Service Request Form for Contracting (SRFC) at the latest by 1st July 2024 at 14h00. All communication concerning participation is to be done via
  • LNG Services on offer will be allocated by Terminal Operator latest on 5th July 2024 at 14h00 based on the binding requests received applying the allocation rules defined in the Terms and Conditions.
  • In case capacity is still available after this Subscription Window, Terminal Operator will launch an Auction Window to sell the remaining Services within 10 weeks following the end of the Subscription Window.

For more information, visit Fluxys’ website.

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