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Enagas: first LNG truck loading performed at Huelva terminal


Spanish LNG terminal operator Enagas said that first truck loading operations have recently been completed at the Huelva LNG facility.

The LNG was loaded in containers in two separate operations and dispatched to the Canary islands, first by truck to the Cadiz port and further by ferry, Enagas said.

According to Enagas, Carnary islands are the only region in Spain not classified, and it is using LNG to introduce natural gas while the transmission facilities are being developed.

Enagás plans to build a regasification plant in Tenerife, the company noted in its statement.

The project, which obtained its environmental impact statement (EIS) from the agriculture, food and the environment ministry, is awaiting receipt of administrative authorisation from the industry, energy and tourism ministry, which is required in order to commence construction.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.572.020 von R-BgO am 28.10.16 09:58:33Enagas ups stake in Peru’s TgP to 28.94%


Spanish gas transporter Enagas has completed its purchase of a 2.96% stake in Transportadora de Gas del Peru (TgP), as it continues to reinforce its position in the company.

The new acquisition, which was first announced in mid-October, takes the firm’s total stake in the Peruvian gas pipeline operator to 28.94%.

It acquired the stake from French power firm Engie. At the same time, Engie sold the rest of its stake in TgP to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).

The final purchase price was US$63 million rather than the previously stated US$65 million, Enagas said in a statement to the Spanish stock exchange regulator CNMV.

Following the deal, CPPIB will have a 49.88% stake in TgP, while Sipco Peru Pipelines will have the remaining 21.18% stake in the company.

TgP, which began operating commercially in 2004, transports most of Peru’s natural gas. Its assets include the 729-km gas pipeline that connects the giant Amazonian Camisea gas fields to the province of Lima.

The Spanish utility has been steadily expanding its ownership of TgP in the last two years, including the acquisition of a 1.24% stake in April and a 3.94% stake last year, among others.

The Madrid-headquartered firm originally acquired a 20% stake in TgP in 2014. At the same time, it purchased a 30% stake in Compania Operadora de Gas del Amazonas, which operates and maintains TgP’s transmission system.

The Spanish utility is also a member of the consortium developing the US$6 billion Gasoducto Sur Peruano pipeline, which will initially transport 500 mmcf (14 mcm) per day of gas from the central Amazonian region to the industrial south of Peru.

Enagas also owns another pipeline in the country, which carries gas liquids from Camisea to the Pisco fractioning plant on Peru’s southern Pacific coastline.

Present in the Andean nation since 2014, Enagas has said it will help Peru improve its security of supply. Besides Peru, Enagas also has Latin American assets in Mexico and Chile, including stakes in Mexican gasification plant TLA Altamira and its Chilean equivalent GNL Quintero.
Spain’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in December rose over 61 percent compared to the same month in 2015.

According to the data provided by the Spanish LNG terminal operator, Enagás, LNG imports reached 20.2 terawatt hours (TWh) in December 2016, as compared to 12.5 TWh in the corresponding month a year ago.

The majority of imports came from Nigeria and Peru, followed by volumes from Algeria, Qatar, Angola and Norway.

Spain’s total natural gas imports reached 40 TWh, showing a 20 percent increase from 33.4 TWh in December 2015.

The cold snap that hit most of Europe did not avoid Spain as average temperature recorded during December has been 1.1ºC below that recorded during the same month in 2015.

Enagás’ Sagunto regasification plant received seven out of the total 25 LNG cargoes imported into Spain during the month under review. Enagás’ report shows that the Huelva LNG import terminal received six cargoes, four landed in Barcelona, Cartagena and Bilbao import terminals received three cargoes each while two were delivered to the Mugardos LNG terminal.

According to the report, Spain, the world’s largest re-exporter of liquefied natural gas, did not re-export any cargoes during the month of December 2016.
Enagas profit climbs 17.6 pct in 2017

Spanish LNG terminal operator, Enagás reported a net profit of 490.8 million euros ($606.6 million) in 2017, a rise of 17.6 percent year-on-year.

This figure includes the accounting impact produced by the full consolidation of GNL Quintero, the Chilean regasification plant, since January 2017, the Spanish company said.

Standalone net profit was 437.7 million euros, reflecting 5 percent growth on 2016. Enagás says this was in line with the targets set for the year.

The company added that this increase was mainly the result of the contribution from affiliate companies, which accounted for 19.6 percent of the total.

Enagás expects to end 2018 with a net profit of about 443 million euros which, according to the company, is in line with the target set for 2016–2020 of 3 percent average yearly growth.
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Snam, Enagás, Fluxys’ €535 mln bid for DESFA accepted

The Snam, Enagás, Fluxys consortium awarded the tender for the acquisition of 66 percent DESFA, operator of the Greek gas grid and country’s only LNG terminal on the island of Revithoussa.

The consortium consisting of Snam, the majority shareholder with an interest of 60 percent, together with Enagás (20 percent) and Fluxys (20 percent), has been awarded the tender arranged by the Greek Agency for privatization (TAIPED) for the purchase of a stake in DESFA.

TAIPED accepted an offer of €535 million ($660.2 million) for 66 percent of DESFA share capital presented by the consortium.

Discussions have started with a pool of Greek and international banks to secure a non-recourse financing package for the acquisition.

In a joint statement, Snam, Enagás and Fluxys, shareholders of the TAP project, say they will be able to boost the development of the Greek gas infrastructure system in the coming years, fully realizing the potential of Greece as a natural gas hub, which will further leverage the development of the domestic market as well as other transit initiatives.

Furthermore, the consortium will be able to transfer technical and operational capabilities to DESFA and develop new uses and sources of natural gas (such as methane for transport and biomethane) to make a crucial contribution to the country’s emission reduction process.

Thanks to its strategic position in the Mediterranean, Greece could represent an important crossroads for the diversification of supplies and the opening of new natural gas routes in Europe, the consortium said.

In 2017, DESFA reported significant growth compared to the previous year, with an EBITDA of approximately 177 million euro, and a positive net financial position of around 5 million euro (including available cash of approximately 228 million euro).

The signing of the agreements for the acquisition is subject to the completion of the further steps envisaged by the tender procedure and by local legislation on privatization, while the closing of the transaction is expected in the second half of the year, following the required authorizations including antitrust clearance.
Hier ein Auszug aus einem Kommentar zum Kreuzfahrtschiff Aidanova welches mir LNG angetrieben wird:
Hallo ellerbeker, auf einen LNG Sattelzug (Auflieger oder Trailer) passen je nach Dichte (Temperatur) des LNG 18 bis 19 Tonnen. Diese Schiffe können zum einen an LNG Bebunkerungsstationen 5000 bis 30.000 t Kapazität oder den großen LNG Terminals (wie Rotterdam), die dafür ertüchtigt wurden, bebunkert werden. Zusätzlich gibt es in Europa bereits LNG bebunkerungsschiffe (zB die Cardissa) die auch ein Kreuzfahrtschiff dieser Größe mit LNG betanken können. Dies wird sich wohl durchsetzen, da es unabhängig vom Liegeort möglich ist. Allgemein steht LNG m.E. eine große Zukunft in der Schiffshrt bevor, da es sehr günstig, fast unendlich verfügbar ist und sauberer. IMO 2020 wird da einen gewaltigen Schub geben, da es anders als Scrubber oder Low Sulfur Diesel die ökonomisch vernünftigste Alternative ist.
Mit einer Tankfüllung LNG (3500 Kubikmeter) soll die "Aidanova" künftig rund zwei Wochen fahren können. Um die Grössenordnung darzustellen. Auch von anderen Redereien sind bereits LNG betrieben Schiffe bestellt.


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