Mexico Gets LNG Cargo from Peru

Mexico has received a cargo of liquefied natural gas from Peru, ship-tracking data shows.

The Sevilla Knutsen, with a capacity of 173,400 cubic meters, docked on Thursday at the Manzanillo LNG import terminal on Mexico’s west coast.

The 500,000 Mc/d terminal, built and owned by a consortium of Samsung C&T and Mitsui, each with a stake of 37.5%, and Kogas with 25%, is the third of its type in Mexico.

LNG World News Staff, March 14, 2014; Image: Samsung C&T

 

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