Operating data of European LNG terminals
Daily information on the capacities of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification and storage facilities capacities in the range of terminals and operators operating in the EU.
LNG regasification is a process of converting liquefied natural gas from a liquid state into a gaseous state, after which it becomes suitable for normal use - supply through pipelines to consumers and pumping into gas tanks.
Detailed explanations of separate indicators and their retrospective changes from the order can be found at the link.
|Name||Format||Size||Count of rows||Date updated|
|2022_07_09_uk_alsi_lng_terminals.csv||UK CSV||6.65 MB||74460||July 12, 2022, 2:49 p.m.||Download|
|2022_07_09_uk_alsi_lng_terminals.xlsx||UK XLSX||2.75 MB||74460||July 12, 2022, 2:49 p.m.||Download|
|2022_07_09_en_alsi_lng_terminals.csv||EN CSV||6.01 MB||74460||July 12, 2022, 2:53 p.m.||Download|
|2022_07_09_en_alsi_lng_terminals.xlsx||EN XLSX||2.97 MB||74460||July 12, 2022, 2:53 p.m.||Download|
• Fluxys LNG (Belgium)
• Zeebrugge (Belgium)
|amount||Aggregated amount of LNG in the LNG tanks, tcm||
Aggregated amount of LNG in the LNG tanks, status at end of gas day, thousand m3 LNG
|amount_send_out||Aggregated gas flow out of the LNG facility, GWh/d||
Aggregated gas flow out of the LNG facility, send-out during gas day, GWh/d
|capacity_storage||Declared Total Maximum Inventory, tcm||
Declared Total Maximum Inventory (LNG storage capacity), thousand m3 LNG
|capacity_send_out||Declared Total Reference Send-out, GWh/d||
Declared Total Reference Send-out (send-out capacity), GWh/d