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Dominican Republic's Andres LNG terminal completes first ever reload

London — The Andres LNG terminal in the Dominican Republic has completed its first ever LNG reload, terminal operator AES Corporation's LNG business development director George Nemeth said Tuesday.

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Between 60,000 and 70,000 cubic meters of LNG was reloaded from the Andres terminal on to the 138,826 cu m Cadiz Knutsen on February 11, Nemeth said.

The cargo is expected to be delivered to the UK's Isle of Grain import terminal around February 23, according to S&P Global Platts trade flow software cFlow.

The vessel is under charter to Ibedrola, according to a shipping source. Ibedrola was not reachable for comment.



The partial cargo was sold by BP to Ibedrola on an FOB basis, according to an Atlantic-based source. BP was also not reachable for comment.

Both companies hold import capacity at the Isle of Grain.

Work began in late 2015 to reconfigure the Andres LNG Terminal to be able to perform reloads.

--Luke Stobbart, luke.stobbart@spglobal.com

--Edited by Alisdair Bowles, alisdair.bowles@spglobal.com