GDF Suez Ships First LNG Delivery to Dubai

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Thursday, August 08, 2013

GDF Suez has delivered its first cargo in the LNG carrier 'BW GDF Suez Boston' to the Dubai Supply Authority's Jebel Ali Terminal .

According to the compamy GDF SUEZ has enlarged its footprint in the Middle East as a major global LNG supplier with the delivery of its first LNG cargo to Dubai.

The BW GDF Suez Boston unloaded its 138,000 cu.m capacity cargo to the United Arab Emirates’ sole LNG import terminal, offshore Dubai.

Between 2010 and 2016, GDF Suez says it is planning to deliver about 10.8 million tons of LNG to major energy players in Asia (KOGAS, CNOOC, Petronas, Petronet, PTT and GAIL). GDF Suez is one of the few European utilities with the flexibility in its natural gas portfolio to direct volumes to these markets.

About GDF Suez
The company is one of the leading LNG players in the world and the main LNG importer in Europe. The Group has a large and diversified portfolio of LNG supplies, representing 16 MTPA. It operates a fleet of 17 LNG carriers and has a significant presence in regasification terminals around the world.

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