The new regasification plant in El Musel has been awarded to Enagas

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The Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade's Directorate General for Energy Policy and Mining has awarded Enagás the contract to construct the new Regasification Plant in the port of El Musel in Gijón.

Initially, this plant will have 300,000 m3 of LNG storage space available, split between two tanks of 150,000 m3 each, as well as possessing an emissions capacity of 800,000 m3/h. The facility will also feature a berth designed for future methane tankers of up to 250,000 m3 of LNG. The construction is forecast to last for 36 months, once all of the administrative permits have been obtained.

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