Is it possible to use a NAT address (rather than the physical) for a site to site VPN?
Yes this is possible, just remember when creating the crypto ACL that you specify the NAT'ed subnet and not the real subnet.
Following on from this - is it possible on 1 firewall to have 2 VPN IP addresses listening terminating 1 VPN each?
You can have several site to site VPNs terminated on a single ASA. The amount is dependent on license and/or ASA model. But you have several Firewall B listed in your example, so for a better explanation you will need to clarify exactly what you are trying to do.
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