By Adnan Bajic Dunkerque LNG, the operator of the Dunkirk import facility has completed the adaptation of its jetty to accommodate small-scale LNG vessels.
Courtesy of Dunkerque LNG
“Commissioned in 2016, the Dunkirk terminal was originally designed with a single jetty for LNGCs with a capacity of between 65,000 cubic meters and 266,000 cubic meters”, said Luc Warzee, technical director at Dunkerque LNG.
He noted that the demand has evolved over the last few years.
“Since June, the jetty can accommodate the berthing of small scale LNGCs and bunker vessels, with a capacity of 5,000-cbm and more”, Warzee said.
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