Engro Elengy Terminal sets new record

Engro Elengy Terminal (EETL) Pakistan’s first Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) terminal has set a new industry record by transferring more than 20 million metric tons of LNG and handling over 322 cargoes in 5 years.

The Terminal has also achieved another milestone through the send-out of more than 1000 Billion Cubic Feet (BCF) of natural gas, equivalent to energy required to generate around 175 million MW.

EETL is a joint venture between Engro Corporation and Royal Vopak Netherlands. It is one of the most utilized regasification terminals in the world with a storage capacity of 150,900 cubic meters and peak regasification capacity of up to 690 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd). This terminal alone fulfills around 15 percent of Pakistan’s domestic daily natural gas requirements.

EETL and its partner Excelerate have acquired a larger and more technologically-advanced FSRU Sequoia, which will increase the terminal’s capacity by more than 150 mmcfd and storage capacity by more than 25,000 cubic meters.