Small-scale LNG carrier heading to Zeebrugge

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The 15,600 cbm Coral Energy, chartered by Skangas, is expected to dock at the Fluxys-operated Zeebrugge LNG facility in Belgium on Wednesday.

Coral Energy will load a cargo of LNG and depart from Zeebrugge on December 24, port data showed.

It is expected to arrive at Skangas’ receiving terminal in Lysekil, Sweden on December 26.

The dual-fuel ice-class small LNG carrier, owned by Dutch shipping company Anthony Veder, loaded its first cargo of chilled gas at Zeebrugge in January this year.

This was the first Skangass loading at the LNG plant in the port of Zeebrugge under the deal with Italy’s oil and gas giant Eni.

The agreement for 4.6 TWh is one of the largest small-scale agreements for LNG, according to Skangass.


LNG World News Staff



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