- Ownership: Transpetro (Petrobras)
- Location: Pecem
- Capacity: 2.5BCM/annum
- Status: In Operation
- The Pecem LNG Terminal is a floating regasification terminal using a converted LNG carrier, Golar Spirit.
- Storage capacity: 128,000
- Unloading capacity:
- Send out capacity:
- Moss Maritime regasification system was chosen for the Golar Spirit FSRU.
- Keppel Offshore & Marine was chosen for the modification and conversion of the Golar Spirit
- 2007 - Petrobras signed an umbrella agreement with Sonatrach for the supply of Algerian LNG to Brazil.
- 2008 - Petrobras signed an agreement with BG Group for the supply of LNG to Brazil.
- 2008 - Golar Spirit Delivered
Ongoing Projects/Project Status
Suppliers / Customers
- Most of the LNG is supplied by Trinidad and Tobago but will also come from Algeria
- Petrobras has an agreement with BG Group to supply both the Pecem Terminal and the Guanabara Bay Lng Terminal
- Customers: The gas is delivered to the grid
- This terminal is the worlds first floating regasification unit
- Petrobras Inaugurates Pecem LNG Regasification Terminal
- Floating Storage & Regasification Unit (FSRU), Golar LNG
- Golar LNG - World's first FSRU goes into operation
- BG Group and Petrobras Sign Liquefied Natural Gas Supply Agreements
- Moss Maritime, FSRUs and Regasification Systems
- Keppel Shipyard secures two conversion projects worth S$150 million