By Adnan Bajic National Grid’s Grain LNG launched the second phase of an on-going open season placing on offer facility’s redelivery and storage capacity.
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The market is invited to bid for up to 300 GWh/d (7.2 mtpa) of redelivery capacity and 380,000 cubic meters of associated storage, to be made available from mid-2025.
The capacity on offer is a combination of newbuild and existing capacity which comes out of contract in 2025.
The expansion will increase the size of the Grain LNG terminal, located on the Isle of Grain in Kent, to approximately 1.2 million cubic meters.
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