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    Cartagena LNG Tanks

    This project involved building two liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tanks with a storage capacity of 150,000 m³ each, to later supply the oil pipeline system or load onto petrol tankers. The second tank is currently under construction.

    This project also involved building the foundations and structures necessary for plant processes. The facilities needed included everything from urbanization to drainage systems for contaminated water treatment.

    ACCIONA also built an electrical substation, security office, and fire station.


    Location: Murcia, Spain

    Contract type: Construction

    Year construction ended: 2009

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