Feb 4 (LNGJ) – Cargoes continue to head for the UK as record low prices prevail. The next February cargo to unload at the UK South Hook LNG import terminal at Milford Haven in Wales will arrive on February 6 on board the Qatari Q-Flex carrier “Al Nuaman” with 210,000 cubic metres of capacity. A second shipment is scheduled to arrive on February 7 from the US on the 145,700 cubic metres capacity “Stena Blue Sky” and will be unloaded at the Dragon terminal in Milford Haven.
Cargoes are heading for the UK and other European destinations even as record seasonally low prices prevail because of excess supplies. The UK National Balancing Point price was last at around $3.00 per million British thermal units and the main price on Continental Europe, the Dutch Title Transfer Facility (TTF), was at the equivalent of $2.95 per MMBtu.Previous:
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