Gasum kicks off LNG supply under Equinor deal
The Nordic energy company Gasum has made the first delivery of liquefied natural gas to Equinor under the supply deal signed in January.
Under the agreement, Gasum will be supplying LNG to Equinor-chartered crude shuttle tankers.
The first operation has been completed at Skagen where the Aurora Spirit was bunkered by Coralius, Gasum said in its brief statement through its social media channels.
To remind, the LNG bunkering deliveries will mainly take place off Skagen, the most northern part of Denmark, and at Mongstad, close to Bergen, Norway.
Gasum will use its 5,800 cbm LNG bunker vessel Coralius to carry out the operations.