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  • Reganosa wins a contract to operate ans maintain the first LNG Terminal in Sardania
    édité le 24/02/2021


Reganosa wins a contract to operate ans maintain the first LNG Terminal in Sardania
Reganosa will operate and maintain the first liquefied natural gas terminal in Sardinia (Italy), whose construction in the port of Oristano, on the west of the island, is in its final phase. In this way, the Spanish company will become the only in the world which manages up to three third-party LNG plants, in addition to the one it owns in Mugardos (A Coruña – Spain).

Higas S.r.l. has awarded Reganosa the operations and comprehensive maintenance contract of the new terminal of importation, storage, and distribution in Oristano. The facilities are expec- ted to be operational in the first half of 2021.

The Higas terminal includes a jetty capable of receiving LNG vessel up to 20,000 cubic me- ters, an unloading arm, six horizontal cryogenic holding tanks (1,500 cbm each), two LNG truck loading bays, and a natural gas captive power generation system. The terminal can load in ex- cess of 8,000 LNG trucks each year (some 180,000 tons), for subsequent distribution to smaller satellite stations across the island.

Sardinia currently lacks a system of access to natural gas and only a small number of industrial customers receive LNG by truck which is brought to the island by ferry. The Higas terminal will provide Sardinia with LNG supply that is clean, affordable and reliable.

Higas provides local access to significantly cleaner fuel for cooking, heating and power genera- tion – LNG emits up to 30% less CO2 and 99% less SOx & NOx compared to traditional fuels such as Heavy Fuel oil, Diesel & Coal – HIGAS directly supports decarbonising the Italian economy.

This process underpins the international expansion process of Reganosa, initiated in 2015 with the creation of Reganosa Services to provide the knowledge and experience of the group in studies, project designs, consulting, engineering, and asset management.

Over the last four-year period, the group has provided various services in 15 countries on four continents: Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Spain, France, Malta, Ghana, Mozam- bique, India, Japan, Kuwait, Pakistan, and Italy. With its involvement in those territories, the group has covered all the phases of development of a project, from viability studies to commercial operation.

While growing in Spain and diversifying its business, opting for a green and digital economy, Reganosa has strengthened over the last few months its internationalization process. Shortly, it will also begin the operation and maintenance of a single plant in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In accordance with that process of sustained growth and constant adaptation, Reganosa has nearly tripled its staff in the last five years. The company has also established itself as an international benchmark in the O&M of third-party energy infrastructures.

The group either already manages or will manage imminently three kinds of LNG terminals: floating, that of Tema (Ghana); onshore, those of Mugardos and Oristano; and mixed, that of Delimara (Malta). These facilities have, moreover, a wide range of storage: from 9,000 to 300,000 cubic meters.

With that of Sardinia, Reganosa will also make its international debut in the segment of small-scale solutions. This has been made possible thanks to Higas, whose shareholding belongs to two Italian partners (Gas & Hit and CPL Concordia) and to Avenir LNG.

About Reganosa

We are a company engaged in the transmission and regasification of natural gas that has been authorised and designated as a transmission system operator (TSO) by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism of Spain following a certification process approved by the National Markets and Competition Commission and the European Commission. The assets we manage are essential in order to ensure the security of supply and source diversification within the European domain.


Origine : Communiqué Reganosa





 
 
 
 
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