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Enagás awaits reforms for LNG bunkering operations

Spain risks missing out on the burgeoning demand for LNG as a marine fuel if it fails to adapt the regulations for its terminals Spain risks missing out on the burgeoning demand for LNG as a marine fuel if it fails to adapt the regulations for its terminals.
By Silvia Favasuli 20 November 2018 0 33366
Spain’s Huelva LNG terminal. (Enagás)

Spain’s Enagás has been quick to build bunkering facilities at four of its LNG terminals, but an outdated tolling structure risks leaving the facilities unused. 

Spain has six operational regasification facilities, five of which are owned and operated by Enagás. The company built refuelling points for LNG-powered vessels at its terminals at Barcelona, Cartagena, and Bilbao between 2017 and 2018. Enagás announced last week that it had received funds from the European Commission to develop bunkering facilities at its other two facilities, at Huelva and...