Indian Oil buys commissioning cargo for Ennore LNG terminal
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Will Owen Assistant Editor
Monday, 18 February 2019 11:00
Reuters is reporting that Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) has bought a partial LNG cargo for the commissioning of its new Ennore terminal in southern India.
According to reports, the cargo was acquired from Gunvor at a rate of US$9.50 – 9.90 per million Btu. It has been scheduled to be delivered later this month.
The 5 million tpy import terminal at Kamarajar port is the first of India’s east coast terminals to be nearing start-up.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/18022019/indian-oil-buys-commissioning-cargo-for-ennore-lng-terminal/
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