Klaipėda LNG Terminal

Report
Klaipėda LNG Terminal
Serving the Regional Gas Market
Photo – A. Kubaitis
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Energy Security for the Whole Region
The European Commission has released an EU energy
security strategy on 28 May 2014.
The objective of the new energy strategy is to increase
the energy security of Europe’s energy supply.
Energy security can be implemented via following
measures:
•
completing the internal energy market with
common legislative framework including third party
access to the infrastructure;
•
strengthening emergency and solidarity
mechanisms and protecting critical infrastructure.
The LNG terminal in Klaipėda is the first gas
infrastructure object to be completed in order to
increase the energy security in Lithuania, other Baltic
States and Finland.
According to the stress tests, performed by the
European Commission in the fall of 2014, the Klaipėda
LNG Terminal significantly increases the energy
security in Lithuania.
Third party access will spur
competition
The terminal will help to diversify
energy sources
Ensures security of energy supply for
the Baltic countries
Import prices will reflect the global
market price level
Other countries are also encouraged to use the
capacities of the terminal in order to diversify energy
sources.
Photo K.Fedirka (FotoSkrydis)
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Impact On the Regional Gas Market
LNG auto-trailer reloading
markets
LNG ship reloading markets
LNG regasification markets
Baltic-connector
Markets accessible starting the 1st of January, 2015
Markets accessible after regional interconnections
are finished
GIPL
Markets accessible after on-shore LNG reloading
station is finished (expected by the end of 2016)
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Energy security for the
Baltics states and for
Finland/Poland after the
interconnections are
completed
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Opportunity for market
players to import gas from
the global market
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Gas storage in Inčukalns
creates an opportunity to
capitalize on season LNG
price fluctuations
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Availability to bring in spot
cargoes and break-bulk
into smaller batches
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New Services in the Region
Brief description of services
Services
Starting from the 1st of January, 2015
Planning to start by the end of 2016
LNG reloading station
LNG regasification
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Foundation capacities
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Seasonal capacities
•
Seasonal capacities
•
Spot capacities
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Spot capacities
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Tariff – 1,14 EUR/MWh
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LNG ship reloading
LNG on-shore reloading
Tariff – 0 EUR/MWh (costs channeled
via gas transmission tariff)
Continued regulated minimum send-out – ensuring that the Terminal is constantly cooled-down
and ready for service.
Terminal capacities are available on the regulated Third Party Access via open capacity allocation
procedure.
•
On-shore LNG reloading station will constitute to
break-bulking large LNG cargoes.
•
LNG bunkering, LNG auto-trailer and LNG
container reloading.
Business model
Theoretical capacities of
~4bcm/annum
Trader
•
First trader in the terminal
•
Reserved capacities starting from the 1st
of January, 2015
•
Signed LNG supply contract with Statoil
(0,54bcm/annum)
Trader
Trader
Possibilities for other traders
Possibilities for other traders
Pricing – price indexed at NBP
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On-shore LNG Reloading Station
2016
Planned LNG terminal/reloading station
Potential demand
Current demand
Liquefaction plant
To Karlshamn
2016
500 km
To Kiel
2015
Main drivers for on-shore LNG usage:
•
Local
regasification
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lower emissions (COx, NOx, SOx)
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lower operating and maintenance costs
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safe storage and transportation.
Remote users
Vulnerable users
L-CNG fueling
stations
•
Marine fuel
•
Heavy trucks and
public transportation
LNG fuel
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Contacts:
[email protected]
Tel.
+370 46 297008
+370 46 297003
SC Klaipėdos nafta
Burių st. 19, P.D. Box 81
Klaipėda, LT92276
Baltijos ave. 40
Klaipėda, LT92276
Gedimino ave. 33/17-2
Vilnius, LT01104
Tel. +370 46 391 772
Fax. +370 46 311 399
www.oil.lt
www.sgd.lt
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