Indonesian LNG for Korea

South Korea, the world’s second biggest buyer of LNG, is due to get a cargo of  liquefied natural gas from Indonesia’s Bontang terminal, according to port data.

The 125,877 cbm Wakaba Maru will reach the Pyeongtaek LNG terminal on February 25.

The Pyeongtaek LNG terminal is South Korea’s first LNG import terminal and it is operated by KOGAS.

LNG World News Staff, February 24, 2012; Image: KOGAS

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