South Hook, Dragon terminals expecting three LNG cargoes

Iberica Knutsen; Image courtesy of Polskie LNG

The UK’s Port of Milford Haven, home of the South Hook and the Dragon LNG terminal, is expecting three LNG cargo deliveries in the next few days.

Iberica Knutsen; Image courtesy of Polskie LNG

According to the data by the Milford Haven Port Authority, the 138,000-cbm LNG carrier Iberica Knutsen will deliver a cargo on Thursday, November 28, to the South Hook LNG terminal from Sabine Pass in the United States. As for the vessel’s location, it is currently in the Celtic Sea offshore Ireland.

Another cargo which will be delivered to South Hook will arrive on December 2, onboard the 155,000 cbm GasLog Savannah LNG carrier. Milford Haven data stated that the location from which the cargo will arrive was yet to be announced.

It is worth noting that AIS data placed the vessel at Cove Point on November 19. The vessel is currently located in the North Atlantic Ocean.

The Dragon LNG terminal is also awaiting the arrival of an LNG carrier. Namely, the Methane Nile Eagle LNG carrier will arrive from the Punta Europa Terminal in Equatorial Guinea.

The 145,598-cbm LNG carrier will be arriving in the early morning of December 1. The vessel is currently located off the Portuguese island of Funchal.