Operations and major projects
The Dunkerque LNG terminal started commercial operations on the 1st January 2017, following more than six months of industrial testing and five years of construction work. Béatrice Prud’homme, CEO of Dunkerque LNG, offers a glowing assessment of the terminal's first year and is already planning new projects for the future.
In 2017, world LNG production increased by over 10% in accordance with forecasts. As a result, new countries have become increasingly interested in this form of energy.
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Dunkerque LNG and its territory
In a stakeholder's report published at the end of 2017 during a public debate on the expansion of the container terminal at the Dunkirk port, Dunkerque LNG expressed its support for the project, which could turn Dunkirk into one of the future leaders of LNG loading for vessels.
Mona Ben Salem has spent her entire career as a service provider for EDF group. During this time, she has worked in a variety of positions. In April 2017, she joined Dunkerque LNG's Parisian-based team as an accountant in charge of cost control. She enjoys her job immensely and also gets to visit the LNG terminal once or twice a week, where she serves as the liaison between business managers and suppliers.