|Capacity of LNGC capable of berthing at the terminal
||3,500 m3 to 265,000 m3|
|Total LNG storage capacity
|Minimum transfer capacity from LNGC
|Nominal transfer capacity from LNG terminal to LNG vessel
Maximum LNG regasification capacity
LNG terminal, with the selected FSRU vessel can accept all LNGC, with a capacity between 3,500 m3 and 265,000 m3 which represent the total global fleet of LNGC vessels.
Pursuant to Article 49 Paragraph 1 of the Rules of operation, the allowed laytime for a standard cargo volume is 30 consecutive hours, and in the case where the volume of LNG being transferred is not a standard cargo volume, the operator and terminal user arrange longer or shorter allowed laytime, depending on the cargo volume.
Discharge rate from LNGC to FSRU is minimum 8.000 m3/h. Administration and security protocols will take approximately 4 hours. During discharge, FSRU can regasify LNG on maximum regas rate of 300.000 m3/h. During the discharge, minimum regas rate of 60.000 m3/h should be nominated by Terminal User. According to Article 49. of Rules of Operation the allowed laytime for the standard cargo lot is 30 consecutive hours, and if the amount of LNG discharged is not a standard cargo lot, the Operator and the Terminal User shall agree on a longer or shorter allowed laytime, depending on the amount of cargo.
Terminal can accommodate vessels from 3.500 to 265.000 m3, meaning that Q-Max and Q-Flex vessels as well as small scale feeder vessels can be accommodated on Terminal.
Partial cargo discharge from the vessel is allowed. Accommodation of vessel with cargo amount smaller than vessel gross capacity is allowed.
Standard size cargo can be discharged from LNGC to FSRU in 17,5 hours, including administration and security protocols it will take approximately 21,5 hours in total.