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  • RWE hands over LNG infrastructure in Brunsbüttel to Deutsche Energy Terminal
    édité le 22/12/2023 - Plus de news de "RWE" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "RWE"

RWE hands over LNG infrastructure in Brunsbüttel to Deutsche Energy Terminal
On 1 January 2024, RWE will hand over the LNG infrastructure built in Brunsbüttel to the federally owned Deutsche Energy Terminal GmbH (DET) as planned, around ten months after the first LNG import flow. Liquefied gas delivered by LNG tankers is fed into the German gas grid after being regasified via a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU). DET is the authorised operator of the FSRU terminal in Brunsbüttel and is also responsible for its capacity marketing.

RWE chartered the Hoegh Gannet floating LNG terminal on behalf of the German government after the start of the Russian war of aggression in February 2022 and built the corresponding infrastructure in Brunsbüttel to strengthen Germany's security of supply and reduce its dependence on Russian pipeline gas. The Elbehafen project was realised in record time and put into operation by RWE during 2023. Since the beginning of 2023, liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been imported directly to Germany via Brunsbüttel. As always intended, DET has now taken over the LNG infrastructure and sole operational management in Brunsbüttel.

About RWE

RWE is leading the way to a green energy world. With an extensive investment and growth strategy, the company will expand its powerful, green generation capacity to 50 gigawatts internationally by 2030. RWE is investing more than €50 billion gross for this purpose in this decade. The portfolio is based on offshore and onshore wind, solar, hydropower, hydrogen, batteries, biomass, and gas. RWE Supply & Trading provides tailored energy solutions for large customers. RWE has locations in the attractive markets of Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific region. The company wants to phase out coal by 2030. RWE employs around 19,000 people worldwide and has a clear target: to get to net zero by 2040. On its way there, the company has set itself ambitious targets for all activities that cause greenhouse gas emissions. The Science Based Targets initiative has confirmed that these emission reduction targets are in line with the Paris Agreement. Very much in the spirit of the company’s purpose: Our energy for a sustainable life.

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