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ExxonMobil Papua New Guinea LNG export plant offers cargo for July

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Reuters are reporting that ExxonMobil’s Papua New Guinea LNG export plant has offered a cargo for July delivery.

The cargo is being offered on a delivered ex-ship or free-on-board basis.

It will load from the plant around 6 – 7 July and will arrive in Japan or Taiwan over 15 – 22 July, or into South Korea or China over 16 – 23 July or into Dahej, India on 20 July.

Bids are due by 20 June and will remain valid until 22 June.

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