Work on Skangass’ first LNG terminal in Finland is progressing after the company held a topping out ceremony.
The company is investing €86 million into the terminal in Pori to strengthen the Finnish LNG infrastructure. The Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy have allocated €23 million towards the project, which will allow Skangass to build a terminal in the Satakunta region.
LNG will be provided for shipping and Finnish industries currently dependent on oil and liquefied petroleum gas.
The project involves the construction of an LNG storage tank, loading docks, process units, flare torch, three loading docks and a heat production unit.