French LNG terminal operator Elengy said it has recently reloaded its 50th cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Elengy started offering reloading services back in April of 2012 with first reload taking place at the Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG terminal located on the French Atlantic coast.
The latest cargo had also been reloaded at Montoir, Elengy said in its statement, adding that the 50 cargoes or nearly one per month were delivered to 18 different countries.
Elengy did not reveal the name of the vessel nor the destination of the reloaded cargo.
Besides the Montoir terminal, Elengy also operates the Fos Tonkin and Fos Cavaou terminals on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Elengy is a unit of French utility and LNG player Engie and has 19 million tons per annum of natural gas regasification capacity and 840,000 cbm of LNG storage capacity.
LNG World News Staff