German LNG Terminal (GLNG) has achieved key milestones in the development of its onshore LNG import terminal in Brunsbüttel, Germany.

The terminal will make a major contribution to diversifying energy imports to Germany and Europe. GLNG has completed the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract with CS Gas North S.A. Between them, they have extensive experience in developing global energy projects.

GLNG has entered into agreements with ConocoPhillips, INEOS and RWE Supply & Trading for long-term regasification capacity at the terminal. The terminal will have a capacity of 8 billion m3 per annum of natural gas and can be expanded in the future to at least 10 billion m3 per year. The terminal is expected to be operational in 2026.

‘GLNG is delighted to announce the realisation of these critical steps towards developing the import terminal at Brunsbüttel, which is a key strategic project for Germany and the region. GLNG is grateful for the excellent cooperation and support of its shareholders, foundation customers and EPC contractor in reaching these important milestones,’ says Michael Kleemiß, managing director of GLNG.