Glossary of terms used on this site
The French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) is an independent French administrative authority, created on 24 March 2000. It is responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of the energy market and for arbitrating the differences between users and the various operators. It regulates the three French LNG terminals. Its regulatory competence extends to the gas and electricity markets.
The cryogenic hoses are designed to safely transfer liquefied gas from a moving truck or cryogenic tank to a tank.
The protection of Commercially Sensitive Information (CSI) is a commitment to corporate social responsibility. It is part of the code of conduct of Fosmax LNG and ensures legal treatment to all customers to preserve transparency and confidentiality of information.