German LNG Terminal has started the engineering, procurement and construction prequalification process for its LNG terminal project in Brunsbuettel, northern Germany.
Potential EPC contractors announcing their interest to participate in the project on or before July 1, 2019 will receive a pre-qualification package.
Binding offers will have to be prepared and submitted by pre-qualified bidders between August and October 2019. The winning bidder(s) will be announced during the first quarter of 2020, followed by the release of an early notice to proceed to commence scheduled early activities.
The terminal project is a joint venture between Vopak, Gasunie and Oiltaking. The consortium plans to build, own and independently operate a combined import and distribution LNG terminal in Brunsbuettel. The terminal will provide multi-purpose services as well as open access to terminal capacity.
The market's reaction to the Brunsbuettel terminal project has been positive with interest from future customers reflected in the execution of several Heads of Agreements. The application for exemption from regulated third party access and the permit application are based on 8 bcma terminal capacity.
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