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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Saggas
    • Unión Fenosa Gas, RREEF Alternative Investments, Endesa Generación and Oman Oil Holdings Spain
  • Website:
  • Location: Port of Sagunto, Valencia, Spain
  • Capacity: 7.6 million tons/annum
  • Status: In Operation

Brief Description

  • The plant, with an initial capacity of 6.8 bcm/year, has all the infrastructure required for unloading methane tankers, storage, regasification of LNG and consignment of natural gas to the network, and also has a tanker-truck loading facility

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: 4* 150,000 cubic metre tanks
  • Unloading capacity:
  • Send out (regasification) capacity: 1.000.000 Nm3/h
  • Constructor: The construction of the infrastructure was undertaken by a U.T.E, formed by the companies ACS Servicios, Comunicaciones y Energía S.L., Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., TOYO KANETSU K.K., DYWIDAG International, GMBH and OSAKA GAS ENGINEERING.CO; LTD.
    • DYWIDAG: Full containment tank, Design & Engineering & Prestressing

Ongoing Projects

  • The terminal was recently expanded.
  • It was completed in 2011
  • The fourth tank and a sixth vaporizer were the second expansion of the Saggas facility, with an investment of 125 million euros.
  • Half of the cost of expansion was financed by EIB

Suppliers / Customers


  • 2003 - Construction of the terminal began
  • 2006 - Commercial operations started
  • 2010 - Osaka Gas buys 20% stake
  • 2011 - The expansion project is completed

Other Information

  • -The building work began on the Sagunto Regasification Plant in 2003 and has required an investment of 340 million euros. The building work has taken 3 years and has involved more than 4,000 workers.
  • The Sagunto regasification plant is a basic energy infrastructure for the Spanish State, as it satisfies to up to 23% of the gas demand throughout the country.

Relevant Links

  1. DYWIDAG LNG Tank References
  2. Osaka Gas Engineering awarded a contract for a new LNG terminal in Spain
  3. Saggas Raises The Dome Of Its Fourth LNG Storage Tank
  4. DYWIDAG Post-Tensioning and Reinforcement Systems secure Liquid Natural Gas Tanks in Sagunto
  5. Sagunto LNG Plant – III - TEN
  6. Osaka Gas participates in LNG terminal business in Spain
  8. Saggas Connects Its Fourth Tank Up To The National Gas System

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