Chile gets first Australian LNG cargo

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By Mirza Duran Chile has received its first cargo of liquefied natural gas from Australia, according to the energy consultancy EnergyQuest.

Image: GNL Quintero

The 173,400-cbm Sevilla Knutsen loaded the cargo at Shell’s Queensland Curtis LNG terminal in Gladstone late July.

Following a 24-day voyage of over 13,500 nautical miles, the vessel docked at the Enagas-controlled Quintero LNG terminal in Chile on August 15.

Worth mentioning here, prior to becoming a part of Shell, BG Group sold its 40 percent stake in the Chilean facility to the Spanish LNG terminal operator Enagas.

The 8 mtpa QCLNG plant mainly sends cargoes to China and Japan as its two

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