Essent, Vopak and Gasunie decide not to go through with the Eemshaven LNG terminal

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01 September 2010

The study into the feasibility of an LNG terminal in the Eemshaven conducted by Essent, Vopak and Gasunie which was announced in 2007 has now been completed. The study has shown that there is insufficient basis to arrive at a positive investment decision.

Groningen Seaports – the company that manages Eemshaven and the port of Delfzijl - has placed the 65-ha area that was reserved for the terminal back on the market. Discussions are currently already underway with interested candidates. This 65-ha site is the last area available in the Eemshaven situated immediately next to deep water.

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