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Our Terminals

DET operates four floating LNG terminals at three sites: Brunsbüttel, Stade and Wilhelmshaven.

Three sites, four terminals

At our terminals, regasification is carried out using Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRUs). Together with our partners, we coordinate the various operations and market the terminal capacities.

Höegh Gannet

The FSRU "Höegh Gannet" is located in the port of Brunsbüttel. The vessel, built in 2018, has a tank capacity of 170,000 cubic metres and offers a regasification capacity of up to 750 MMSCFD (million standard cubic feet per day). The FSRU has been connected to the gas transmission grid since spring 2024, allowing up to 3.7 billion cubic metres per year to be injected into the grid.

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Energos Force

The "Energos Force" docked at a newly built jetty in the Stade seaport in March 2024. At 174,000 cubic metres, it has the largest tank capacity of our four FSRUs. The regasification capacity is up to 750 MMSCFD and the injection capacity is up to 4.7 billion cubic metres per year.

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Höegh Esperanza

The FSRU "Höegh Esperanza" became the first German LNG terminal to commence operations in Wilhelmshaven in December 2022. Moored at a newly built jetty at the Wilhelmshaven Tank Terminal, it has a tank capacity of 170,000 cubic metres and a regasification capacity of up to 750 MMSCFD. The terminal is connected to the gas grid via the newly built WAL 1 pipeline and currently has an annual grid injection capacity of up to 4.7 billion cubic metres.

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Excelerate Excelsior

The "Excelerate Excelsior", Wilhelmshaven’s second terminal, is expected to commence operations in summer 2024. The FSRU has a tank capacity of 138,000 cubic metres and a regasification capacity of up to 500 MMSCFD. The annual injection capacity is up to 3.9 billion cubic metres. The terminal will be connected to the WAL 1 pipeline, to which the Wilhelmshaven 1 terminal is connected, via the two-kilometre-long WAL 2 pipeline.

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