Tema LNG Terminal – bringing new energy to Ghana

Gasfin was a founding partner of Tema LNG Terminal Co – which in 2020 expects to commission the first LNG import facility in sub-sahara Africa.

Gasfin has led the design of the entire project and the fabrication of the floating infrastructure, helping deliver a new 2 mtpa+ LNG import plant at a competitive price in a challenging marine and logistical environment.

Gasfin’s Floating Regas Unit (FRU) works in conjunction with an upgraded 127,500 m3 LNG Carrier, to deliver 250mmscfd natural gas, as well as facilities to bunker, reload or break bulk LNG.

The terminal is anchored by Royal Dutch Shell and their long term gas supply agreement with Ghana National Petroleum Corp, but is open and able to catalyse new energy developments both domestically and across the region.




Project Lisa – an FRU for all occasions

The Gasfin FRU product line, first deployed in Ghana, allows new LNG markets of 200,000 to 2 million tonnes per annum to quickly and efficiently achieve lowest cost access to the global LNG supply chain.

Flexible, scaleable, and suitable for multiple redeployment our FRU products can work as stand alone units or in conjunction with an existing LNG carrier and can be delivered in 18 months.




Project Bonnie - Integrated floating mid-scale LNG system

Gasfin was contracted to provide a mid-scale LNG infrastructure solution for the French Caribbean - two FSRUs and a dedicated LNG carrier. The project was permitted and approved as compliant by French regulators and while not delivered, provides a construction ready solution for an island LNG service.




Caribbean LNG - Mid-scale onshore liquefaction

Caribbean LNG is a mid-scale LNG liquefaction development located in the industrial zone of La Brea, Trinidad.. The project has received all permits required for immediate construction of a 500,000 to 1,000,000 tonne LNG export plant.

The 21 acre brown field site is ideally suited for a mid-scale development, with its existing port infrastructure, sufficiently dredged channel and port basin, existing utilities including a new 700 MW power plant and in close proximity to the gas pipeline.

The project is being developed in partnership with NYK and National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago.