Picture of the day: APLNG jetty

The first liquefied natural gas tanker is expected to dock at the Australia Pacific LNG jetty in mid-2015.

The ship loading facility at the APLNG facility will allow for the simultaneous loading of two LNG ships ranging in capacity from 125,000 cbm to 220,000 cbm each.

The LNG will be pumped from the storage tanks to the jetty via a loading line, and transferred to the tanker via several loading arms.

 LNG World News Staff, October 30, 2014; Image: APLNG

 

 

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