Lubmin’s Floating Hydrogen Terminal Set for 2026
Germany’s Port of Lubmin to Host First Large-Scale Floating Hydrogen Terminal

Hoegh and Deutsche ReGas signed an agreement to develop an H2-Import Terminal at the port of Lubmin on the Baltic Sea, starting operations in early 2026.

This terminal will be the world’s first floating facility for large-scale ammonia-to-green hydrogen conversion, producing about 30,000 tons of hydrogen annually. The hydrogen will be distributed via the existing connection at the Deutsche ReGas terminal in Lubmin. Hoegh-LNG’s innovative green ammonia cracker technology will play a key role in converting ammonia and reducing carbon emissions from Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRUs).

Deutsche ReGas will oversee the onshore infrastructure, approvals, and marketing for the terminal’s ammonia import capacity.

Hoegh-LNG’s CEO highlighted the importance of international hydrogen imports for cutting industrial carbon emissions and noted that their technology, paired with existing marine infrastructure, will enable affordable hydrogen supply in the near future.

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