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Bloomberg: Shell India LNG Terminal to Receive September, October Cargoes

By Dinakar Sethuraman

Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) — Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s liquefied natural gas import terminal in India may receive at least three cargoes of the fuel this month and next, according to transmissions from ships captured by AISLive on Bloomberg.

Simaisma, owned by Greece’s Anangel Shipping Enterprises SA, reached the Hazira terminal on India’s west coast yesterday and Seri Angkasa, owned by Malaysia’s MISC Bhd., will reach the terminal on Oct. 21. Nigeria LNG Ltd.’s Bayelsa tanker reached the 2.5 million metric tons-a-year import terminal on Sept. 19, according to the data.

Shell is a partner in LNG projects in Malaysia and Nigeria. MISC is the world’s biggest operator of LNG tankers. Anangel has leased its four LNG tankers to Qatar’s Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Co., according to Flags of The World Web site.

India has two LNG import terminals in operation. The Dahej terminal is owned by state-run Petronet LNG Ltd.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dinakar Sethuraman in Singapore at [email protected]

Last Updated: September 27, 2007 05:35 EDT

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