March 11 (LNGJ) – Russian and US LNG cargoes are heading for the UK. The 172,000 cubic metres capacity carrier “Nikolay Urventsev” will arrive at the UK Dragon import terminal at Milford Haven in Wales on March 13 with a shipment from the Russia Yamal plant at Sabetta in Northern Siberia. The 173,644 cubic metres capacity “British Contributor” is then due at the Dragon terminal on March 15 with a cargo from the Freeport plant on Quintana Island in Texas.
The shipments are due as the UK National Balancing Point natural gas price has moved higher to $3.00 per million British thermal units, the same level as Continental Europe’s Dutch Title Transfer Facility (TTF) price.Previous:
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