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BP Tankers Head for Mozambique for First Gas Exports

Two LNG tankers owned by BP are declaring for arrival in Mozambique later this month, suggesting that they could be set to load the first cargoes from the country’s 3.4mn t/yr Coral floating liquefaction (FLNG) facility.

The 173,600m³ British Listener and the same-sized British Sponsor were declaring for arrival at Mozambique’s Pemba port — located a few hundred kilometres southwest of the Coral FLNG project and the capital of the country’s Cabo Delgado province — on 13 and 15 October, respectively. The first carrier was sailing south in the Red Sea, while the latter was heading northwest in the Malacca Strait today.

LNG production from Coral will be supplied to BP under a long-term agreement, with the facility yet to load its first cargo. A BP carrier — the 173,600m³ British Mentor had headed to the liquefaction facility in August, but was diverted later in the month to Oman’s Qalhat export terminal, having held close to Coral for a few days in late August.





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