May 2019: The first LNG regasification terminal in Gibraltar has been opened by Shell and Gasnor feeding into a newly commissioned 80 MW gas-fired power plant.
Dec 2018: Shell has completed construction of the first LNG regasification facility. The small-scale plant will receive, LNG for use in a new power plant. Delivery of the first cargo and start-up of the power plant will commence in 2019. The facility has a total capacity of 5000 cm and a jetty. It is operated by Shell’s unit, Gasnor.
No significant news in 2017.
Aug 2016: Shell has signed an agreement for the supply of LNG including construction of a regasification unit that will store and re-gasify LNG arriving by ship for use in the nearby gas-fired power plant under construction. The unit will be operated by Gasnor, a 100% Shell-owned subsidiary. Delivery of LNG will take place ahead of start-up during the second half of 2017.
Oct 2015: Shell has signed a heads of agreement for the storage and supply of LNG to fuel the new North Mole power station. The company proposes a small-scale LNG terminal (0.5 mcm capacity) adjacent to the power plant with deliveries every 14 days.