Grain LNG terminal set for Trinidad cargo

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The UK’s Grain LNG terminal, operated by National Grid, is expected to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas from Trinidad and Tobago, shipping data says.

The cargo is carried by the 135,500 cbm British Merchant, and it is scheduled to arrive at the terminal near London on February 25, according to the data.

Grain terminal has a 15 million tonnes per annum capacity – equivalent to about 20 percent of the gas demand in the UK.

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LNG World News Staff; Image: National Grid

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