Argentina: Enarsa issues tender seeking 7 LNG cargoes

Argentina: Enarsa issues tender seeking 7 LNG cargoes

Enarsa of Argentina has reportedly launched a tender seeking seven cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for delivery to its two import terminals. 

The company is looking for five half-sized LNG cargoes to be delivered to the Escobar LNG import terminal located on the Parana River, some 30 miles outside Buenos Aires.

The remaining two cargoes sought under the tender are to be delivered to the Bahia Blanca terminal located some 400 miles south of Buenos Aires, Reuters reports, citing trade sources.

Both terminals have the baseload regasification capacity of 500 mmscf/d.

Out of the seven deliveries only one earmarked for the Escobar terminal is scheduled for May while the remaining deliveries will be made in June.

Tender is scheduled to close on March 26, while winners will be picked on March 28.


LNG World News Staff

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