Contract for the extension of the Belgian Zeebrugge LNG receiving terminal awarded to Saipem

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15th July 2004

Saipem, in consortium with the Belgian companies CFE and FONTEC, has been awarded the lump sum turnkey contract for the extension from 4.5 to 9 Bcm/year of natural gas of the Zeebrugge LNG receiving terminal, on the Belgian coast.

Saipem’s share of the contract, awarded by Fluxys, the Belgian owner of the terminal, amounts to approximately 120 millions euros.

The scope of work comprises the engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) of the overall terminal facilities for the extension of the terminal, including one LNG storage tank of 140,000 m3 and the regasification facilities.

The extension of the terminal is expected to be delivered end of 2007.

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