TES’ Wilhelmshaven import terminal receives 20-year regulatory exemption

German network regulator BNetzA has exempted the (e)LNG terminal within the TES Wilhelmshaven green energy hub from tariff and third-party access regulation.

The exemption will last for a period of 20 years from the start of operations and as part of the decision, BNetzA has confirmed the terminal will contribute to the security of supply in Germany and Europe.

The total capacity of DGGEV’s terminal is said to be equivalent to 15 billion metres per year and will benefit from “the best marine and market access in Germany,” according to a statement released by TES.

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