Brunsbuettel

General information

Name:
Brunsbuettel
Country:
Germany
UN/Locode:
DEBRB
Local time:
Vessels in port:
45
Expected Vessels:
23
Berths:
12
Coordinates:
N 53° 54' E 009° 09'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
13.12. 23:42
Cargo Ship
13.12. 23:39
Tanker
13.12. 23:28
Cargo Ship
13.12. 22:38
Cargo Ship
13.12. 22:33
Cargo Ship
13.12. 21:58
Cargo Ship
13.12. 20:50
Cargo Ship
13.12. 20:43
Tanker
13.12. 19:56
Cargo Ship
13.12. 19:34

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
16.12. 13:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
13.12. 23:55
Cargo Ship
13.12. 22:45
Cargo Ship
13.12. 21:35
Tanker
13.12. 21:33
Cargo Ship
13.12. 21:29
Cargo Ship
13.12. 21:25
Cargo Ship
13.12. 20:42
Cargo Ship
13.12. 19:33
Tanker
13.12. 19:12
Cargo Ship
13.12. 19:07

Latest news

Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service on September 19, 2018 again

Wed Sep 19 08:21:05 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service due to maintenance works fro 07.00 am until 15.45pm today on September 19, 2018. Great North lock and both small locks are operational

Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service on September 18, 2018

Tue Sep 18 08:40:56 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service due to maintenance works fro 07.00 am until 15.45pm today on September 18, 2018

Market responds positively to first German LNG import terminal

Sat May 05 10:00:06 CEST 2018 arnekiel

German LNG Terminal GmbH says it has successfully completed its “Open Season” for the planned LNG import terminal in Brunsbuettel in Northern Germany. This “Open Season”, which is a dedicated process to determine market interest and identify potential customers, resulted in a positive outcome: a considerable number of Memorandums of Understanding has been signed with companies that represent a comprehensive range and complementary interests, ranging from regasification to send out and LNG distribution services. Next steps include further discussions with potential customers with a view to sign Head of Agreements. In addition, the necessary engineering work for the permit approval process has already been started by engineering company Tractebel Engineering S.A. to be able to apply for the relevant permits by the end of 2018. Katja Freitag, spokesperson of German LNG Terminal GmbH, comments: “We are delighted with this outcome. The Open Season process has demonstrated that the market has received well the varied range of services to be available at the planned LNG import and smallscale terminal in Brunsbuettel. It confirms that our service portfolio is in line with customers’ needs. We are on schedule to make next steps and have started the necessary permit approval process. If all goes to plan, including obtaining the necessary permits by then, we are due to take a final investment decision at the end of 2019. Following this, we will start the construction work with the terminal possibly becoming operational by the end of 2022.”

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