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Anthony Veder providing shuttling service for DRG’s floating LNG terminal

Coral Favia at floating LNG terminal Lubmin - credits DRG Sebastian Frauenlob

Anthony Veder committed three LNG carriers to Deutsche ReGas (DRG) for their new floating LNG terminal in Lubmin, Germany and took a participation in the same terminal. The floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) serving as terminal was officially launched Saturday 14 January.

Jan Valkier, CEO Anthony Veder says: ‘We are proud that we have been selected by Deutsche ReGas for supporting in their floating LNG terminal. As an integrated shipowner with extensive experience in ship to ship operations worldwide we are looking forward to collaborating with all parties involved to successfully bringing LNG via this new distribution route to Germany.’

With three 10,000 cbm multi-purpose gas carriers the Anthony Veder vessels will serve as a shuttle, loading LNG at the floating storage unit (FSU) and discharging at the FSRU in the small port of Lubmin.

This operation with be performed with the following LNG carriers from the fleet: Coral Furcata, Coral Favia and Coral Fraseri.

To further strengthen and expand our activities Anthony Veder has taken a minority share in the Deutsche ReGas LNG terminal.

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