Location of the LNG terminal in Stade
The planned LNG terminal in Stade, Germany, will be built on the site of the existing industrial park in Stade. It is conveniently located on the River Elbe, with access to the North Sea and the Port of Hamburg, and close to two major motorways and the largest European marshalling rail yard in Maschen.
The Hanseatic Energy Hub is located in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region, an area that enjoys a strong economy. As a ‘Gateway to the World’ the Port of Hamburg is one of the world’s leading trans-shipment sites and is a key trading centre in northern Europe. In addition to cargo handling, Hamburg is also one of the leading industrial locations in Germany.
The Hanseatic city of Stade is the ideal site, logistically speaking, conveniently located on the River Elbe, with access to the North Sea and the Port of Hamburg, close to two major motorways and the largest European marshalling rail yard in Maschen. Goods can thus be transported onward by various means.
The location makes it possible to establish optimal connections between the chemical, logistics and energy sectors. The synergies created by the hub will result in the development of a unique interchange.