The arrival of 2021 provides an opportunity to take stock of the past year and look ahead to the coming year. Despite the health crisis, the teams at the Dunkerque LNG terminal have continued to fulfil their role of supplying the country with gas, with the new services satisfying market expectations. These are positive factors which bode well for 2021, despite ongoing uncertainties. Cedric Vandenbroucke, Sales Manager of Dunkerque LNG, explains.
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Dunkerque LNG and its territory
Dunkerque LNG has deep roots in its local region, and is a partner of the town's "Musée Portuaire" museum. It has been a beneficial long-term partnership for both parties. Find out more about this institution with Delphine Taleux-Grisot, Director of the Musée Portuaire.
Antoine Minne has been an electricity and instrumentation monitoring co-ordinator since January 2020 at Gaz-Opale, the operator of the Dunkerque LNG terminal. He talks to us about his work at the beating heart of the terminal's maintenance processes.
Operations and major projects
Dunkerque LNG has launched a project to recover rainwater for use in fire drills, saving drinking water. An important project led by Louis Vanpeperstraete, HSE engineer following a work-study program.