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The port of Alexandroupolis is located at the most Northeastern part of Greece and is nowadays becoming more and more strategically important for the transition of cargoes due to the latest geopolitical and economic environment that has evolved. It accommodates bulk cargo, passenger, tourist and military ships. As the railway network of the Region is connected to the port, there is the dynamic of cargo loading and unloading from ships to train wagons and vice versa.
As per latest strategic plans, by the end of 2023, an FSRU (Floating Storage and Regasification Unit) will start to operate 17,6 Kilometers offshore Alexandroupolis Port where large LNG Carriers will call for discharging LNG cargoes.
The FSRU will have a capacity of 153,500 cbm of LNG. It will be connected to the National Natural Gas Transmission System (NNGΤS) of Greece. The gasified LNG will go to the markets of Greece, Bulgaria, and the wider region, with the prospect of supplying Ukraine as well.
March 29, 2016