According to Reuters, the Netherlands is set to receive its second-ever LNG cargo from the Sabine Pass export facility in the US.
The cargo is scheduled to arrive in the Netherlands on 6 October 2017, and will be transported via a 166 031 m3 capacity vessel. Reuters reports that the vessel is still berthed at the Cheniere Energy facility, according to live ship tracking data.
Reuters claims that the first Sabine Pass delivery to the Gate terminal, located in Rotterdam, was delivered on 8 June this year via the Arctic Discoverer.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/regasification/14092017/netherlands-set-to-receive-second-ever-lng-cargo-from-sabine-pass/
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