MOL orders FSRU for German LNG terminal
Newbuilding contract has been signed with DSME and backed by a 20-year charter from the terminal operator. The terminal on Germany’s North Sea coast aims to facilitate liquefied natural gas imports from the US
The Wilhelmshaven terminal will have a capacity to import 7.25m tonnes of liquefied natural gas per year and is expected to come onstream in 2023
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