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Dubai FSRU - LNG regas terminal

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The Dubai LNG terminal started operations on 29 November 2010 with the arrival of a commissioning cargo onboard the 210,100 m³ Al Bahiya, sourced by Shell from Qatargas-2. DUSUP (Dubai Supply Authority) signed a 10-year charter agreement with Golar LNG for an FSRU. In September 2014, DUSUP signed a second 10-year charter agreement with another shipping company, Excelerate Energy, to replace the Golar Freeze. However, DUSUP wished to retain the services of the Golar Freeze after it had completed a period of dry docking in 2015. The 150,900 m³ Excelerate Explorer started operations in April 2015. Its initial regas capacity was 500 mmcfd (690 mmcfd peak capacity) but was upgraded during the winter 2015-16. The current regas capacity of the Excelerate Explorer is 850 mmcfd (1 bcfd peak) making it one of the largest floating regas worldwide. Imports have fallen in recent years due to decreasing gas demand in the power sector and increasing piped imports.

Table of contents

  • Key facts
  • Location maps
  • Terminal overview
  • Utilisation
  • Operational basis
  • Offtake
  • Tariffs
  • Future expansions

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  • Key facts: Table 3
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  • Map
  • Approximate Monthly Import Data by Country

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