Mexico: Altamira Terminal to Receive LNG Cargo

Mexico’s Altamira liquefied natural gas terminal will get a cargo of LNG on November 22, according to the Port of Altamira website.

The 126,530 cbm LNG Edo is sailing from Nigeria’s Bonny LNG export terminal.

In 2011, Vopak and Enagas have reached an agreement with Shell, Total and Mitsui to acquire 100% of the shares in the LNG import terminal in Altamira.

The terminal consists of 2 tanks of 150,000 cubic meters (cbm) each and a jetty capable of receiving LNG vessels with a capacity of up to 216,000 cbm.

LNG World News Staff, November 14, 2013

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