Croatia has received another cargo of LNG at the Krk terminal in the northern Adriatic Sea, the first LNG delivery of MET Croatia.
The 145,000-cubic metre (cbm) LNG vessel Methane Nile Eagle, which loaded at Zeebrugge in Belgium, has now arrived at the terminal.
MET Croatia said the delivery is Croatia’s fifth cargo imported to date and is the first one originating from an EU port.
“Since the terminal started in January 2021, it has been a rather turbulent beginning of operations, with pricing anomalies and arbitrary situations on the global scale and changes to the delivery schedule locally at the terminal. However, since March the arrival of vessels to the terminal has stabilised,” said Mario Matković, CEO of MET Croatia Energy Trade.
Croatian gas supplier MET Croatia Energy Trade, part of Swiss-based energy company MET Group, booked an overall capacity of 2.67 bcm at the Krk LNG terminal for a period of seven years.
According to Matković, two additional LNG cargoes are due to be delivered by MET Croatia to the Krk terminal before the end of October 2021.
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