Indian Oil Corporation is reportedly lining up the second cargo delivery to its Ennore LNG terminal near the southern Indian city of Chennai.
Citing sources, Reuters reports the company is looking for the delivery in May, two months after the first commissioning cargo was unloaded at the 5 mtpa facility at Kamarajar port.
Whether Indian Oil Corporation will issue a tender for the cargo is unknown.
The first commissioning cargo was delivered onboard the Marshall Islands-flagged LNG carrier Golar Snow, bringing 78,037 cubic meters of LNG from Ras Laffan in Qatar.
Ennore will be India’s fifth operational LNG terminal and the first LNG terminal on the country’s East Coast.
Once fully commissioned, Ennore will provide regasified LNG to anchor customers, including Chennai Petroleum Corporation, Madras Fertilizers and Manali Petrochemicals.
LNG World News Staff