About Bahrain LNG

Bahrain LNG was established in December 2015. Bahrain LNG owns and operates an offshore LNG terminal where liquefied natural gas is received, stored. Onshore Bahrain LNG has a receiving facility which is capable of producing upto 1,100 tonnes of Nitrogen per day.

The Bahrain LNG facility has a receiving and storage capacity of 173,400 cbm, and a regasification capacity of up to 800 mmscfd.

LNG carriers supply LNG to the terminal which is received and stored on the Seapeak Bahrain which acts as a Floating Storage Unit (FSU). The FSU is permanently moored at the offshore terminal.

The regasification of the LNG is done on the offshore regasification platform using Open Rack Vapourisers, with the gas being transported to the onshore receiving facility through a subsea pipeline.

Onshore the regasified LNG is mixed with nitrogen to make it compatible with the Bahrain gas network and is then transported through another pipeline to the gas delivery point at the Hidd Metering Station.

Our Team

Tony Bingham

Chief Executive Officer

Owais Ahmad

Chief Financial Officer

Nigel Boyle

Commercial Manager

Farah Mohammed

HR & Admin Manager

Abdulla Majed

Manager, Finance

Maryam Al-Kooheji


Rory Newton

Lead Electrical Engineer

Chris Johnson

Lead Mech. Engineer

Craig Trees

Mechanical Engineer

James Nicholson

Electrical Engineer

Julesh Kumar

Cost Engineer


The terminal is the result of our shareholders’ multimillion-dollar investment into Bahrain and the Kingdom’s energy infrastructure. Ownership of Bahrain LNG is shown in the diagram below:

Bapco Energies

Seapeak Maritime Operating LLC

Sam Gulf Investment Limited

Gulf Investment Co.

Bapco Energies is the consolidation of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s energy infrastructure and operations, and the alignment around a common purpose to develop, manage and build the nation’s portfolio of energy companies and infrastructure.

Seapeak Maritime Operating LLC is wholly owned subsidiary of Seapeak LLC which is one of the largest independent owner-operators of liquefied gas vessels, with a fleet of 90 vessels and a regasification terminal. Seapeak have a worldwide network of operations with its head office located in Vancouver, Canada.

Sam Gulf Investment Limited is wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung C&T Corporation (Construction & Trading Corporation) which is a South Korean construction and engineering company. Founded in 1938 as the first Samsung company it is now largely focused on global engineering and construction projects, trade and investments, fashion and real estate. Samsung C&T employs over 17,000 people.

Gulf Investment Corporation is an investment company incorporated in the State of Kuwait and GIC is equally owned by the governments of the six member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). GIC’s mission is to foster the economic growth, economic diversity and the capital markets of the GCC.