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LNG Croatia first to perform a complex LNG reloading operation from the FSRU vessel to trucks

The operator of Croatia’s Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal has introduced a new non-standard service for the users of the Terminal.

From 11 April, they can arrange LNG reloading from the Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) vessel to LNG transport trucks (ship to truck reload operation).

By providing this service, the LNG Terminal on the Island of Krk has become unique in the world of the LNG industry since LNG Croatia is the first to perform a complex LNG reloading operation directly from the FSRU vessel to trucks.

The LNG Terminal on the Island of Krk has once again proven its significant role in developing the natural gas market in this part of Europe. On monthly basis, terminal users will be able to book approximately 40 slots for the arrival of LNG trucks.

On the same day, the technical capacity of the LNG Terminal was increased to 338.000 cubic metres per hour of LNG regasification.

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