Liwathon is an integrated logistics and investment business headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia.
Located in Estonia’s Muuga Port, Liwathon E.O.S. is the largest independent liquid fuels terminal operator in the Baltic Sea rim. Today, the company operates four technologically advanced facilities with a total storage capacity of over one million m³. Liwathon E.O.S. commenced its operations over 20 years ago, becoming a pioneer in the liquid fuels transportation sector in Estonia. Through the years, the company has succeeded in delivering excellent services and setting a benchmark in providing tailored quality solutions.
Our mission & values
We are committed to leveraging our expertise and skills, and our physical assets and resources, to create a diverse, integrated and comprehensive product portfolio that enables high performance solutions across global energy sectors.
The constant transformations that take place on the global energy markets bring volatility and dynamics to the supply demand curves. Our use of market intelligence allows us to adapt accordingly, and enables us to create comprehensive and complex solutions that cater to the current market requirements; providing optionality that goes beyond the conventional set of offers. In doing so, we become a fully integrated link in our customers’ supply chain and deliver an added value tailor-made service.
Liwathon E.O.S., in cooperation with the Port of Tallinn authority, is the initiator of the Tallinn LNG Terminal project in Muuga harbor, Tallinn, Estonia. The LNG terminal project will include LNG storage, truck loading, barge (bunker) loading, unloading LNG carriers, regasification and the connection to local distribution grids and the Estonian natural gas transmission system. The Tallinn LNG terminal project is favorably located in a major port and industrial hub, and the existing berth infrastructure allows the servicing of any LNG carrier on the market, providing the required utilities and services, and the best access via sea, rail and road.
The project is designed to be implemented in stages, balancing market requirements and regional demand. The first stage includes truck loading, bunkering facility and some storage facilities that will be connected to the local distribution grid. With the addition of regasification processes, an increase of LNG storage (possible up to 250 000 m3) and a connection to the transmission system, the terminal will further develop regional markets such as Finnish, Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian.
Project page: www.tallinnlng.com