First LNG cargo leaves Klaipeda for Sweden

  • 2017-01-03
  • BNS/TBT Staff
VILNIUS - The first liquefied natural gas cargo loaded at the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda has left for the Swedish port of Lysekil where Skangass' LNG terminal is located. According to the vessel positions tracking website, Skangass' LNG tanker Coral Energy on Tuesday morning departed Klaipeda, where it was filled with 15,000 cubic meters of LNG on Monday, and is heading to Lysekil. This marks the first time that LNG has been exported from the Lithuanian port. The tanker was loaded with LNG at the Klaipeda termin...
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