LNG Tanker Due at Dragon Terminal This Week

The Methane Nile Eagle LNG carrier, with a capacity of 145,000 cbm, is due to arrive in the UK’s Dragon terminal from Trinidad and Tobago on February 23, according to port data.

Dragon LNG plays an intrinsic role in supporting the UK’s energy infrastructure. It imports and supplies 6 billion cubic metres of gas per annum to the UK’s National Transmission System (NTS), as and when required, to meet peak demand.

BG Group and Petronas own 50 per cent in the Dragon LNG terminal each.

LNG World News Staff, February 17, 2014; Image: Atlantic LNG

 

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