Great Britain

Receiving terminals, Great Britain.

Easington

The southern leg of Langeled is a 44-inch pipeline from the Sleipner East hub to the receiving terminal at Easington on the English east coast. After arriving at the terminal, the gas is regulated to the correct pressure and temperature before being passed to the downstream transport operator. This part of the system became operational on 1 June 2006.

St Fergus

The receiving terminal at St Fergus in Scotland stands 61 kilometres north of Aberdeen and became operational in 1977. It receives lean gas through the Vesterled system as well as rich gas from the British Frigg pipeline. Gassled owns and uses part of the technical installations at the facility.

Operator: Gassco
Technical Service Provider (TSP): NSMP Operations Limited