RWE, a Germany-based electric utilities company, has delivered its first liquified natural gas (LNG) cargo to Great Britain.
Approximately 150,000 m3 of LNG will be regasified through a Milford Haven LNG Terminal, located close to RWE’s 2,000megawatt Pembroke B gas-fired CCGT Power Station.
The cargo was loaded from Sabine Pass Liquefaction Terminal in the Gulf of Mexico and transported by RWE Supply & Trading to Great Britain on the Gaslog Savannah LNG carrier.
Once regasified, the LNG will meet a significant proportion of any gas consumption needs of Pembroke Power Station. Typically, Pembroke burns 8,000,000 m3 of natural gas a day, therefore, one LNG cargo can meet almost half of Pemvroke’s monthly consumption.
Karbonsan is providing cryogenic equipment to a marine LNG project in Germany.
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