Delimara Malta LNG Terminal
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Delimara Malta LNG Terminal is a floating LNG terminal in South Eastern Region, Malta.
Delimara Malta LNG Terminal is a floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) regasification terminal in South Eastern Region, Malta. The FLNG consists of Armada LNG's Mediterrana, a conversion of the former LNG carrier Wakabu Maru, converted by Armada in Singapore under a $300 million contract and delivered in October 2016. The FLNG supplies natural gas to the 200-MW Delimara power plant, which has been converted from oil to natural gas. It went into service January 2017.
- Owner: ElectroGas Malta LNG
- Parent: Siemens, SOCAR, GEM Holdings (consortium of 3 Maltese companies) (each owns 33 1/3%)
- Location: Marsaxlokk , South Eastern Region, South Eastern Region, Malta
- Coordinates: 35.8277, 14.5542 (exact)
- Capacity: 0.4 mtpa, 0.06 bcfd
- Status: Operating
- Type: Import
- Start Year: Jan. 2017
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
Articles and resources
- Delimara Malta Floating LNG Terminal, A Barrel Full, accessed April 2017.
- Video: FSU Armada LNG Mediterrana arrives in Malta, LNG World News, 10 Oct. 2016.
- Malta in LNG first, LNG World News, 11 Jan. 2017.
- EU backs Malta LNG power project, LNG World News, 12 Jan. 2017.
- ElectroGas Malta website, accessed July 2017.