India’s Dabhol terminal receives LNG cargo

India’s Dabhol LNG import terminal located at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra has received a liquefied natural gas cargo on October 8.

The chilled gas was delivered onboard the 161,870 cbm Maran Gas Posidonia, shipping data shows.

According to a report by Bloomberg, Gail India purchased the spot cargo from LNG player BG Group. Gail is expecting two more spot LNG cargoes at Dabhol this month, the report added.

The Dabhol LNG terminal , located 340 km south of Mumbai is owned by Ratnagiri Gas and Power (RGPPL).

RGPPL is a joint venture of Gail and National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), who are the major shareholders, with remaining equity held by financial institutions and Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB).


LNG World News Staff


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