Hokkaido Electric starts LNG truck loadings at Ishikari

Hokkaido Electric starts LNG truck loadings at Ishikari
Image courtesy of Hokkaido Electric Power

Japan’s Hokkaido Electric Power said it has started loading LNG trucks at its Ishikari LNG import facility. 

The utility noted in its statement that with the first LNG truck supply delivered, it is launching a full-scale gas supply business.

Hokkaido Electric said the development follows the delivery of the first LNG cargo to its Ishikari facility in August this year.

The cargo was delivered by the Malaysian energy giant Petronas onboard the 137,500-cbm LNG Puteri Delima Satu.

Hokkaido Electric used the cargo for the commissioning of its LNG tank at the Ishikari facility.


LNG World News Staff

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