The South Hook LNG terminal on the shores of UK’s Milford Haven waterway is scheduled to receive three cargoes in the following seven days.
According to the shipping from the Milford Hafen Port Authority, Flex Endeavour LNG carrier with the capacity to transport 173.400 cubic meters of chilled fuel is set to dock at the facility on Thursday, February 7.
The vessel set off from the Norwegian port of Honningsvag, which has recently been used by the Novatek-led Yamal LNG project as a transshipment location.
The second cargo, scheduled for Saturday, February 9 is being transported from Qatar’s Ras Laffan LNG complex onboard the Q-Flex liquefied natural gas tanker Al Shamal.
Closing the three deliveries is the liquefied natural gas carrier Patris. The vessel capable of transporting 173,400 cubic meters of LNG loaded a cargo in the Netherlands and is scheduled to unload at South Hook on February 13, the shipping data shows.
Gas supply from the South Hook terminal to UK’s grid was about 34.81 mcm/day on Thursday morning, according to the latest data by National Grid.
The terminal, owned by Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil and Total, can provide around 20 percent of Britain’s natural gas requirements.
LNG World News Staff