Zeebrugge LNG terminal reports high activity levels for early December
Published by Will Owen,
Zeebrugge LNG terminal is expecting no fewer than 16 ships to moor for unloading in the first 20 days of December.
The company has released the following statement, commenting on the buzz of activity:
“We expect multiple ships to unload their cargo for regasification, several ships to dock for transshipments, and a couple of small vessels to load cargo. Activity has been strong throughout the year, and, with the scheduling for December, the facility will cross the mark of 125 received ships in 2019. This pulverises the record of 82 ships registered in 2009. LNG truck loading is hitting all-time highs as well – the terminal is set to accommodate nearly twice as much truck loadings as last year.”
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/03122019/zeebrugge-lng-terminal-reports-high-activity-levels-for-early-december/
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