First LNG shipment from Cameroon delayed until late April
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Joseph Green Editor
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 09:33
Reuters are reporting that the first LNG shipment from Perenco’s floating export plant in Cameroon has been delayed until late April.
“The first cargo may be delayed until 22 – 23 April but it may also slip until the end of the month,” company spokesman Mark Antelme said.
First LNG cargoes were expected from Cameroon’s FLNG export plant, developed by Norway’s Golar LNG, in early April.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/17042018/first-lng-shipment-from-cameroon-delayed-until-late-april/
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