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Argentine oil company sells first commercial LNG cargo to Petrobras

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According to Reuters, YPF SA – the Argentine oil company – has sold its first commercial LNG cargo to Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobas).

Reuters reports that the Argentine oil company closed a tender to sell 2.1 trillion Btu of LNG on 6 November for loading from the FLNG Tango, which is located off Bahia Blanca.

According to Reuters, the cargo loaded from the facility on 26 October on the Excalibur LNG tanker. Refinitiv shipping data reportedly shows that the vessel is now on the move once again.

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