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Shell Gets Mexico LNG Supply Tender

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

May 11, 2018

Photo: Royal Dutch Shell

Photo: Royal Dutch Shell

 Royal Dutch Shell will supply Mexico with six LNG cargoes to be delivered in May and June, Reuters has reported, citing trade sources.

 
State-run utility CFE held a tender on 2 May for deliveries to Mexico’s Altamira terminal in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
According to the tender, deliveries are set to be made to the Vopak-operated Altamira LNG import terminal on Mexico’s Atlantic coast.
 
There are six delivery windows for each cargo staggered throughout May and June.  The delivery windows for the cargoes are May 11-13, 18-20, 27-29, June 5-7, 13-15 and 21-23, according to the document.
 
Besides Altamira, Mexico imports liquefied natural gas through the Costa Azul LNG terminal and the Manzanillo LNG facility.
 
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