A first of two floating storage and regasification units has arrived in Eemshaven in The Netherlands with the second due on site by Tuesday as Europe steps up the pace on its shift away from Russian gas.

Dutch energy company Gasunie said on Sunday that the 170,000-cbm FSRU Golar Igloo (built 2014) had “just arrived” with the second — Exmar’s 25,000-cbm barge-based FSRU Eemshaven LNG (built 2017) — due soon.

Gasunie said together the two will form the EemsEnergyTerminal.