Papua New Guinea LNG export facility, operated by the US energy giant ExxonMobil, is reportedly offering two cargoes loading in May and June.
Citing industry sources, Reuters reports the two LNG cargoes are being offered on a delivered ex-ship (DES) basis, at the end of this month and the first half of the next month.
Bids are due by May 9, the report notes.
To remind, an earthquake that shook the Papua New Guinea Highlands on February 26 caused the production to be halted and the facility to be shut down.
LNG World News Staff