Energos strengthens Germany’s LNG potential with purchase of two FSRUs


Offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure firm Energos Infrastructure (Energos) has completed its purchase of two floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) from affiliates of the Greek LNG maritime transportation company Dynagas.

Built in 2021, the two 174,000 cubic metre closed-loop FSRUs will be renamed Energos Force and Energos Power, according to Energos Infrastructure – a joint venture between Apollo and minority shareholder New Fortress Energy.

Having commenced a long-term charter contract with the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Change in 2023, the Energos Force FSRU will operate in the port of Stade under the direction of Deutsche Energy Terminals.

Under another long-term charter contract, the Energos Power FSRU will operate in the port of Mukran and has been sub-chartered to Deutsche Regas.

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