Mexico’s CFE issues tender for LNG cargo in April

Manzanillo LNG terminal (Image courtesy of Samsung C&T)

Mexico’s state-run Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) is reportedly looking to purchase a single cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

CFE launched a tender seeking an LNG cargo for April delivery, Reuters reports, citing two industry sources.

The supply tender closes on Tuesday, March 19, the sources told Reuters.

Mexico imports liquefied natural gas through three terminals, the Costa Azul LNG terminal, the Altamira LNG terminal, and the Manzanillo LNG terminal.

 

LNG World News Staff

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