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New LNG shipment from Norway on its way to Klaipeda

BC, Vilnius, 27.07.2020.Print version
A new large shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Norway is on its way to the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, marking the 16th such cargo in the gas year that started last October, reported LETA/BNS.

"The Arctic Aurora is scheduled to arrive in the port of Klaipeda on July 28," Klaipedos Nafta, the Klaipeda LNG terminal's operator, told. "The gas carrier is carrying around 140,000 cubic meters of LNG."   


The tanker is coming from Norway's Melkoya port where Equinor has a LNG production facility, according to the vessel position tracking websites Marinetraffic.com and Myshiptracking.com.


The Klaipeda LNG terminal has handled four large gas shipments from the US and 42 cargoes of some 10,000 cubic meters each from the Baltic Sea port of Vysotsk, where Russia's Novatek has a LNG production facility, in the current gas year, too. 






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