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Natural gas, an alternative energy source to meet the growing energy demand due to population growth and industrialization, began to be used in the 1970s in order to find a solution for increasingly intense air pollution in cities.

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LNG (liquefied natural gas) obtained by cooling the natural gas to about -162 °C atmospheric pressure; Odorless, colorless and non-toxic liquid phase fuel. Since the volume of the liquid phase is reduced about 600 times in the transition phase, it is more suitable for transporting and storing than gas phase. It is converted to gas phase and then it is available for consumption.

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Floating Storage & Regasification Unit has a different feature than other shore LNG Terminals. Storage and regasification of Liquefied Natural Gas imported by vessels is provided by operating the Floating Storage & Gasification Unit ("FSRU") berthed at the Terminal jetty. The FSRU has the ability to regasify the liquid stored in its tanks utilizing the existing vaporizer units.

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Engie and the Turkish construction companies Kolin and Kalyon have inaugurated the Etki (Aliaga) floating LNG terminal which is the country’s first FSRU. 
Engie said that it has been selected by project developers Kolin and Kalyon to deliver this fast-track FSRU based solution as it committed the Neptune, one of the two FSRU of its fleet, to the project. 
The overall floating terminal’s infrastructure developed by Kolin and Kalyon includes a jetty and an onshore gas pipeline to connect the terminal to the national gas transport grid, operated by BOTAS.

The FSRU Neptune, previously known as GDF Suez Neptune, has arrived near Aliaga on the Agean Sea where it will be used as Turkey’s third LNG import terminal.

The new floating LNG import project will be known as the Etki LNG terminal, according to documents posted by Etki Liman Isletmeleri Dogalgaz Ithalat ve Ticaret, the terminal’s owner and the operator.

The LNG terminal is located in the Aliaga industrial area, adjacent to Cakmaklı village, in the south-western part of Candarlı Bay, Izmir, Turkey.