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Indian Oil secures second LNG cargo for its Enmore terminal

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Reuters is reporting that Indian Oil Corp. has secured a second LNG delivery for its Enmore terminal.

Enmore, a 5 million tpy LNG import terminal located on the outskirts of Chennai in Kamarajar port, has already processed its first LNG commissioning cargo and this second shipment is reportedly due to be delivered in May.

Qatargas’ Golar Snow LNG tanker delivered the initial LNG shipment to the facility. It has yet to be clarified whether or not the company will offer a tender for this cargo.

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