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EXMAR and GASUNIE join forces in securing energy supply

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

EXMAR has announced that it has reached an agreement for a 5-year charter for the employment of its 600 million ft3/d regasification barge FSRU S188 (floating storage and regasification unit) with GASUNIE LNG Holdings BV.

GASUNIE will use the FSRU S188 as a floating LNG import terminal at Eemshaven in Groningen, the Netherlands, in view of the geopolitical developments currently going on in Europe and the increased emphasis of governments on the security of energy supply.

The objective is to deploy the FSRU S188 and have the terminal up and running by the end of 3Q22.

“We are happy to reach this agreement with GASUNIE. It proves the possibilities of our floating infrastructure solutions as a quick to market and competitive solution for securing energy supply to communities, industries and households. We are proud that GASUNIE entrusts EXMAR with this LNG import project building upon our expertise in this area over the past decade”, said Nicolas Saverys, EXMAR’s Executive Chairman.

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