Nigeria: Bonny Ships LNG Cargo

Bonny Ships LNG Cargo

Nigeria’s Bonny LNG terminal shipped a cargo of liquefied natural gas on March 18, according to shipping data.

The cargo is being hauled by the LNG River Niger, a 141,000 m3 cubic-meter tanker.

The destination of the cargo is unknown at this moment.

Bonny terminal has an overall capacity of some 22 million tonnes a year of LNG and it accounts for approximately 11% of the world’s total LNG capacity.

LNG World News Staff, March 19, 2012; Image: NLNG

 

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