Polish LNG terminal receives 64th cargo

18/07/2019 08:20 LNG

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Polish liquefied natural gas import facility the President Lech Kaczyński terminal in Świnoujście has received a new cargo on Tuesday, July 16.

Polish LNG terminal operator, Polskie LNG, said via social media that the 64th cargo delivery came to the facility onboard the Q-Flex liquefied natural gas carrier, 217,000-cbm Al Ghashamiya.

 

According to the data provided by VesselsValue, the cargo was lifted at Qatar’s Ras Laffan LNG complex on June 20.

 

The Polish LNG terminal in Świnoujście is the country’s flagship project to diversify gas supplies and reduce dependence on pipeline imports from Russia.

 

Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) is in charge of all the LNG supplies coming to the import terminal operated by Gaz-System’s unit Polskie LNG.

Source: lngworldnews.com

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