Norwegian LNG cargo heading for Greece

Statoil’s Hammerfest LNG export facility in Norway has dispatched a cargo to Greece on Sunday, according to shipping data.

The data reveals that the LNG cargo transported onboard the Stena Clear Sky carrier is heading for the Revithoussa LNG import terminal.

It is expected that the 173,400 cbm LNG tanker will arrive at its destination on February 12.

According to a report by ICIS, the spot liquefied natural gas cargo was bought by Greek independent energy consortium M&M Gas from Norwegian energy giant Statoil.

 

LNG World News Staff

 

 

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