United Kingdom’s liquefied natural gas import terminals on the Milford Haven waterway are set to receive the first trio of cargoes in March.
According to the shipping data by Milford Haven Port Authority, the first of the three cargoes is scheduled to arrive at the Dragon LNG terminal on March 1. The cargo has been sourced at the Atlantic LNG facility in Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago and is being transported onboard the GasLog Glasgow LNG carrier capable of 174,000 cubic meters of the chilled fuel.
The two other cargoes are lined up for delivery to the South Hook LNG terminal, both loaded at the Qatari Ras Laffan LNG complex.
The Nakilat-owned Q-Max Mekaines capable of transporting 266,476 cubic meters is scheduled to dock at the facility on March 2. On the same day, another Q-Max the 267,000-cbm Al Mayeda will deliver its cargo.
Natural gas flows from the South Hook LNG terminal to the UK’s national grid on Tuesday was around 47.07 mcm per day, according to the data from the National Grid.
LNG World News Staff