Project Snapshot
Pegaz LNG
Facility Type: LNG
Scope: New Construction
Owner: 4Gas
Location: Le Verdon  France
Region: Europe & Russia
Modified:  September 10, 2008
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Project description

Pegaz LNG terminal will be located in Le Verdon, Bordeaux, France on the site of a former oil storage facility. The terminal will include three, 154,000-cubic meter tanks. The net nominal capacity of the terminal will be 9 billion cubic meters per annum (bcma), with an opportunity to expand to 15 bcma.

According to 4Gas, the LNG terminal--located at the Port of Bordeaux at the mouth of the Gironde River--will interconnect with gas transport infrastructure to access local markets and the French inland. In addition, it will offer producing countries access to the French, Italian, and Spanish markets. Pegaz S.A. expects to begin construction of the Pegaz LNG terminal in the first half of 2010 and hopes to bring the facility online in 2013.

Pegaz S.A. is a fully owned French subsidiary of 4Gas B.V.

  Key Stats
Major process units:
Three tanks, 154,000 cubic meters net capacity each
Processing capacity:
9 bcma, with option to expand to 15 bcma
  Related Articles
4Gas Files App To Develop Bordeaux LNG Terminal
Jun 24, 2008 - Following its June 7th announcement that it will proceed with the Pegaz project, 4Gas on Monday filed an application for the siting and operation of the Pegaz LNG Terminal in Le Verdon-sur-Mer, near Bordeaux, France.
4Gas Moves Forward with LNG Terminal Near Bordeaux
Jun 09, 2008 - 4Gas on Monday announced its intention to continue the development of the Pegaz LNG Terminal in le Verdon sur Mer, near Bordeaux, France.



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