Yearly Archives: 2011

Saggas connects its fourth tank up to the national gas system

Sagunto, 12 December 2011. Saggas has met the established timescales for putting its fourth liquid natural gas (LNG) storage tank into commercial operation. Doing so is the final stage in the successful construction of its new tank, work on which began in 2009 and, with it, the plant’s current storage capacity increases by 33% (up to600,000 m³ of LNG). With its currently installed regasification capacity, some 1,000,000 m³m/h, Saggas can meet up to 25% of Spain’s demand for natural gas.
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Saggas awarded the prize for Best environmental Management by the Fundación Valenciaport

Valencia, 07 November 2011. The Fundación Valenciaport has awarded the prize in the category of Best Environmental Management to the Saggas regasification plant in Sagunto. The idea behind these awards, now in their sixth year, is to recognise and encourage the promotion of best practices in quality, environmental management, technological innovation, and training and research within the companies making up the port community.
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Students from the Miguel Hernández school for adults visit Saggas

Sagunto, 2 November 2011. 60 secondary-level students from the Miguel Hernández Public School for Adult Education in Sagunto visited the Saggas energy facility. The aim of this visit, which was delivered in two groups, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, was to complement the programme on energy sources currently being taught at this school.
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Saggas connects the fourth tank up to the plant for its upcoming launch into operation

With the launch into commercial operation of the fourth tank, expected by the end of the year, Saggas will double its initial LNG storage capacity to reach 600,000 m3.It currently has the capacity to meet up to 25% of national demand for natural gas.
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Saggas has unloaded nearly 20 million tonnes of LNG in its five years of operation

With the entry into commercial operation of its fourth tank, expected by the end of 2011, this energy facility will have doubled its original storage capacity. As it stands it has the capacity to supply 25% of Spain’s demand for natural gas.
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