According to Reuters, a top executive at Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) has said that the company will continue to import a minimum of two cargoes of LNG each month after the Dahej import terminal expansion.
The terminal is located on the west coast of India, and is operated by Petronet – the nation’s largest single LNG importer. The company increased the import capacity of the facility to 15 million tpy – an increase of 50%.
Reuters added that IOC purchased two cargoes of LNG just last week.
Edited from various sources by David Rowlands
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