Following the recent announcement by Flogas Britain that it had been awarded first-fill from the Isle of Grain LNG terminal in Kent, UK, Flogas has now successfully completed the fill.
Rob McCord, the Head of LNG at Flogas, said in an earlier statement: “The future for LNG is very bright in this country, and we’re looking forward to working with National Grid and the Isle of Grain team to ensure that Flogas continues to be at the heart of the UK LNG market.”
Flogas truck during first-fill at Isle of Grain LNG terminal.
(Left to right) Rob McCord - Flogas Head of LNG, Simon Culkin - Terminal Manager, National Grid and James Rudman - Technical Director, Flogas, as Flogas Britain takes delivery of the first ever fill from the brand new LNG terminal at the Isle of Grain.
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Edited from various sources by David Rowlands
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