The largest LNG vessel ever to load in the US departed Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana on April 29, a company spokeswoman said. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The 263,000 cu m storage capacity MOL FSRU Challenger was in the Gulf of Mexico and appeared to be heading to China, based on its captain’s destination, according to data from cFlow, Platts’ trade-flow software. Because of the size of the floating storage and regasification unit and the volume it can hold, it could stop at multiple destinations. Cheniere spokeswoman Jenna Palfrey said she could not comment on how much LNG was loaded on board. According to cFlow, the vessel was at 95% of maximum draught, which is the depth of the vessel below the water line. As of 2019, owner Mitsui O.S.K. Lines described the double hull vessel […]

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