UK LNG Test Cargo

Friday, November 14, 2008

According to a Reuters report, the first commissioning cargo for Britain’s expanded Isle of Grain terminal is expected to be delivered by Britain's Centrica within the next two weeks, terminal operator National Grid said on Nov. 12. Work began on Nov. 11 to cool the expanded terminal's new pipe work and storage tanks to -161°C in preparation for the arrival of the biggest shipment of liquefied natural gas ever to come to Britain.

(Source: Reuters)

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