Fosmax LNG provides clear tariffs for all its services
You can find all of the tariffs applied by Fosmax LNG, but here are some examples of real-life tariff situations.
Regasification services (unloading)
When you wish to unload a cargo of LNG, you subscribe for a regasification service. The price you agree to pay for that service is then calculated as follows:
- Example of the tariff charged to unload 1TWh at Fos Cavaou (ND = 1 / QD = 1 TWh)
|Price proportional to the Quantity Unloaded||TNA x ND||€100k||€100k|
|Price proportional to the number of Unloading Operations||TQD x QD||€1,290k||€0,968k|
|Total cost of the transaction||€1,390k||€1,068k|
The tariff terms charged for unloading small LNG carriers are identical to those for standard LNG carriers, with the exception of the fixed mooring fee of €50,000.
Flat send-out option
If you want your cargo to be sent out to the gas transmission grid following regasification on the basis of a uniform profile over a period ranging from 20 to 40 days, you must subscribe to the flat send-out option. The price is then calculated using the following formula:
P = QD x TB
For a standard cargo (QD = 1 TWh), the shipper will pay €70,000.
If you want to reload an LNG cargo at the Fos Cavaou terminal, the price charged for the reloading operation will be calculated as follows:
- Sample tariff for reloading a standard cargo (QR = 1 TWh)
|Price proportional to the number of reloading operations||TNA||€100k|
|Fixed price for the reloading operation TFR||TFR||€120k|
|Price proportional to the quantity reloaded||TQR x QR||€320k|
|Total cost of the transaction||€540k|
If you want to use the service that facilitates pooling between regulated terminals, you must pay a fee to use the service, and that fee is calculated as follows:
P = S – 0.9 x C
The price charged for the pooling operation cannot be less than the TNA or 10% of the non-pooling subscription (0.1 * S), whichever is the higher.
Monthly dedicated storage
The tariff for monthly dedicated storage space is calculated as follows:
P = QSM x TQS
For example, the price for an additional 5 GWh of dedicated storage (QSM) for a given month is €5,000.