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Infrastructure now complete for LNG jetty

WILHELMSHAVEN. It has taken only 194 days to complete an LNG jetty at Voslapper Groden in Wilhelmshaven. A mooring platform as well as fenders and mooring dolphins were built on the existing site to allow ships to berth. The first floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) is due to berth there from mid-December. Olaf Lies, Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport, Construction and Digitalisation of Lower Saxony, stated: “The new LNG jetty is a huge step towards a secure energy supply. Lower Saxony has delivered this in record time and at the much-vaunted new German speed. The early decision to choose Wilhelmshaven as a hub for LNG imports was the right one.”

Credits: NPORTS/WOLFHARD SCHEER

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