Welcome to Shannon LNG

  • About Us
    Shannon LNG has planning permission to build an LNG import terminal with gas send-out capacity of up to 28.3 million standard cubic metres per day (MMscm/d)
  • LNG Terminal
    The LNG terminal will consist of up to four LNG storage tanks, each with storage capacity of 200,000 cubic metres and a jetty capable of receiving the largest LNG tankers in operation
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Shannon LNG creates diversity of supply by providing Ireland with access to world LNG supplies

  • Shannon LNG has planning permission to build an LNG import terminal with gas send-out capacity of up to 28.3 MMscm/d (1Bscf/d), a jetty capable of receiving LNG ships of up to 266,000 cubic metres capacity, up to four LNG storage tanks each of 200,000 cubic metres capacity and also has planning permission to build a 500MW high efficiency CHP plant
  • It is intended the project will be developed in phases, with the initial phase having send-out capacity of up to 17 MMscm/d (600 MMscf/d)

Ireland is an excellent location to receive global LNG supplies

  • The Shannon LNG terminal will be the closest European LNG import terminal to the LNG export plants that are being built on the US Gulf Coast.

 

LNG terminals in Europe

  • Ireland is the only country in NW Europe without an LNG terminal