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Spanish LNG Cargoes Set for Export from Gas Terminals

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 18, 2018

© Pere Sanz / Adobe Stock

© Pere Sanz / Adobe Stock

The following table lists liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes set to be loaded on tankers for onward export.

Spain is Europe's most diversified gas importer and has the continent's biggest LNG import capacity spread across its six terminals, sourcing LNG from Qatar, Nigeria, Trinidad, Algeria and other producers.

Imported cargoes are stored in tanks located at terminals, where the LNG can either be regasified and pumped into the local grid or loaded on to new tankers for export.

PortLoading window date
Volume (in cubic meters)
Tanker
BBGJuly 11-13
95,000
Unknown
Barcelona
July 13-15
159,000
Unknown
Barcelona
July 23
175,000
Unknown

Source: Enagas


(Bengaluru Commodities desk)

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