LNG

Momentum builds for Hamburg LNG terminal

Favourable political rhetoric and the involvement of Qatar are helping the project to move forward Favourable political rhetoric and the involvement of Qatar are helping the project to move forward.
By Silvia Favasuli 7 September 2018 0 32465
The Gate LNG terminal in the Netherlands. (Gate LNG)

The prospects that an LNG terminal will be built in Germany look better than ever as a result of growing political support coupled with interest from major German and Qatari companies.

Germany’s RWE announced this week that it had signed a heads of agreement to book “a considerable part” of the capacity of the proposed Hamburg LNG project with developer German LNG Terminal – a joint venture between Gasunie, Vopak and Oiltanking.

RWE also confirmed it was in talks with Qatar...