Pavilion skips U.S. LNG cargo lift

Pavilion skips U.S. LNG cargo lift
Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Sempra Energy

Temasek-owned Pavilion Energy has reportedly decided against lifting a U.S. liquefied natural gas cargo.

The cargo is not being lifted due to scheduling and other commercial matters, Reuters reported citing a company spokesperson.

The company evaluated its options and decided against lifting the cargo in coordination with the supplier.

The cargo was scheduled for loading from Sempra’s Cameron LNG facility in Louisiana.

The cargo would have been delivered to Singapore under a long-term supply deal with Mitsubishi Corp.


LNG World News Staff

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