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Second Alexandroupolis LNG Cargo in May with Commercial operations in April


The new 5.5bcm Alexandroupolis LNG import terminal in Greece is set to receive the second LNG cargo in May according to LNG Prime.

  • “The next cargo is set to arrive in mid-May, after the terminal reaches commercial operations which is set for the end of April,” she said a Gastrade spokeswoman adding that “the commissioning of the terminal is ongoing.”
  • A commissioning cargo was delivered from the Cameron LNG facility in the US on February 18
  • The floating unit consists of three regasification units, each with a regasification capacity of 315,000 cubic meters (267 mmscfd) of LNG/hour and four LNG storage tanks with a total capacity of up to 153,500 cubic meters and is the second LNG import facility for Greece.
  • The FSRU is expected to supply gas both domestically as well as via pipeline connections into southeastern Europe to supply Bulgaria and other central European nations.

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