Liquefied natural gas terminals on the United Kingdom’s Milford Haven waterway are set to receive a pair of LNG cargoes.
Activity at the South Hook and Dragon LNG terminals continue with a couple of cargoes scheduled for delivery over the coming days.
Milford Haven Port Authority’s shipping data already showed four cargoes are scheduled for delivery from January 8 to January 14.
The port authority data shows that on January 14, the first of the two new cargoes is set to arrive at the South Hook LNG terminal.
On the same day the Höegh Giant FSRU, currently operating as an LNG carrier under a time charter contract with Spanish LNG operator Naturgy, delivers its Sabine Pass cargo to the facility, the 174,000-cbm GasLog Genoa will deliver its cargo, also loaded at Cheniere’s Sabine Pass facility.
The second cargo will be delivered to the Dragon LNG terminal on January 15, the data shows. The 180,000-cbm vessel loaded the cargo at the French Montoir-de-Bretagne LNG facility, indicating it could be a transshipment cargo from the Novatek-led Yamal LNG project.
LNG World News Staff