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Fos terminal receives LNG cargo

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According to Reuters, Elengy has received an LNG cargo at its Fos terminal in France.

This is the third cargo that the operator has received in January. Elengy is also expecting to receive an additional six cargoes in February.

Reuters reports that the delivery could ease supply pressure in southern France where prices have recently hit record highs and the spread with prices in the north has widened even more because of tight supply after a force majeure in Algeria.

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