In Nynäshamn near Stockholm, Sweden, Linde has designed and constructed a mid-scale LNG terminal, selling and distributing LNG to various municipalities without direct access to the gas grid in the Eastern parts of Sweden. The LNG terminal, which is fully owned and operated by AGA, a subisidiary of Linde, commenced operations in March 2011 and is the first of its kind in the Baltic Sea region.

In addition to supplying the gas grid of Stockholm and industrial facilities, the terminal also provides LNG as fuel for natural gas vehicles in the region. The terminal has a capacity of up to 20,000 cbm of LNG, most of which is sourced from the Linde-built natural gas liquefaction plant in Stavanger, Norway.