Sevilla Knutsen heads for Mexico

Sevilla Knutsen heads for Mexico

Another Mexico-destined cargo has departed from Peru’s only liquefaction plant.

The 173,400 cbm Sevilla Knutsen left the Peru LNG terminal yesterday carrying the fourth cargo to be delivered to Mexico from Peru this month.

The tanker is probably sailing to the Manzanillo terminal, even though the state-owned Perupetro did not provide this information in its LNG shipment data.

This was the 229 shipment of LNG from the liquefaction plant at Pampa Melchorita since its startup in June of 2010.

 

LNG World News Staff, September 24, 2014; Image: Knutsen

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