Logistics

Petronet's Dahej terminal receives largest ever cargo ship 

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on December 02, 2014 Published on December 02, 2014

Petronet LNG’s Dahej LNG Terminal took its first ever delivery of shipment from a Q-Max LNG ship with a capacity of 261,000 cubic metres at its Dahej LNG Terminal.

The shipment came from Ras-Laffan in Qatar supplied by RasGas. The Dahej terminal has been set up to include a second LNG jetty and accommodate Q-Max size vessels only recently.

“We are glad to receive first Q-Max LNG vessel one of the biggest size LNG ships available today, at Dahej Terminal and expect to receive more such cargoes in the future,” said A K Balyan, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Petronet LNG Limited.

“The delivery of the Q-Max cargo to Dahej Terminal demonstrates our flexibility in meeting our long-standing customer’s needs,” said Khalid Sultan R. Al Kuwari RasGas’ Chief Marketing and Shipping Officer.

Petronet LNG Ltd, presently operating Dahej terminal of 10 MTPA in the West Coast of India and Kochi LNG terminal of 5 MTPA capacity in the South Coast of India.

 

Published on December 02, 2014
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