Qatargas on Wednesday revealed that 693 cargoes were shipped in 2015 from its common LNG storage and loading asset at Ras Laffan port.
The facilities began operations in 2008 and since then over 5000 LNG cargoes were loaded and shipped to customers, Qatargas said in a statement.
On December 31 the common LNG storage and loading facilities reached seven years of operations without a lost time incident (LTI).
CLNGSL is operated by Qatargas and was built to store and load LNG produced from Qatargas’ seven LNG production trains and RasGas trains 6 and 7.
Qatargas also noted that LNG is loaded from five berths (berths 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6) at Ras Laffan port.
LNG World News Staff