The Brunei LNG export plant has reportedly offered a cargo of the chilled fuel in late September.
According to Reuters, the Brunei liquefied natural gas export plant offered a cargo for loading on September 22-24, citing several trade sources.
The cargo is offered on a free-on-board (FOB) basis, with the tender possibly closing on August 6, although the sources were not able to immediately confirm that.
Brunei LNG, a joint venture between the government of Brunei, Shell and Mitsubishi Corp, operates the 6.7 mtpa facility, the first LNG plant in the Western Pacific.
LNG World News Staff