The Montoir-de-Bretagne terminal, on France's Atlantic coast, became operational in 1980. Engie (previously GDF Suez) is the main capacity holder, while operations at the terminal are the responsibility of its subsidiary, Elengy. The terminal primarily receives LNG volumes from Nigeria and occasionally from Algeria, Russia , Trinidad, Equatorial Guinea, Norway and Qatar. In 2011, the Port of Montoir was expanded, allowing LNG ships of up to 267,000 m3 to be accommodated at the terminal. Montoir reloaded its first cargo in 2012. Montoir has received over 2,600 shipments of LNG since the terminal was opened. In August 2013, the terminal operated its first transhipment operation and in September 2013 and loaded its first truck with LNG and is now able to load 18 trucks a day.