We’ll take it
The Bahrain LNG Terminal is jointly owned by a consortium consisting of Seapeak (30%), Noga Holding (30%), Gulf Investment Corporation (24%) and Samsung C&T (16%).
The terminal comprises of a floating storage unit, an offshore LNG receiving jetty and breakwater, an adjacent regasification platform, subsea gas pipelines from the platform to shore, an onshore gas receiving facility, and an onshore nitrogen production facility.
The Bahrain LNG Import Terminal was constructed to supply clean and reliable energy to the Kingdom of Bahrain, forming an integral part of the country’s national energy infrastructure. The terminal includes a liquefied natural gas receiving, storage and regasification facility located 4km offshore with an additional gas conditioning and send-out facility onshore.
- LNG receiving and storage to a capacity of 173,400 cbm,
- Regasification capacity of up to 800 mmscfd.
Seapeak Bahrain cover the management and operations of the facility including production, operations, maintenance, health, safety, security and the environment. We currently have 70 employees in Bahrain comprising a multinational team of 9 different nationalities and varied disciplines, with a strong focus on utilisation of local highly skilled personnel, who account for 50% of the workforce.
Seapeak Bahrain is also supported globally by the wider Seapeak organisation, building on the existing LNG expertise, for example, the use of Seapeak Glasgow’s Training Centre, which offers Jetty Operator training and other Specialised Gas courses.