LNG Tanker Leaves Gladstone Harbor

- January 6th, 2015

The Gladstone Observer reported that the world’s first shipment of liquefied natural gas to be processed from coal seam gas has left Curtis Island, bound for Singapore.

The Gladstone Observer reported that the world’s first shipment of liquefied natural gas to be processed from coal seam gas has left Curtis Island, bound for Singapore.

As quoted in the market news,

A small crowd of onlookers gathered on Auckland Point on Monday afternoon to watch LNG tanker Methane Rita Andrea leave Gladstone harbour.

A second LNG ship, Methane Mickie Harper, is now sitting at Fairway Buoy – and due to dock at the wharf later this week to take on the second load to leave the plant.

At plateau production, which is expected to be reached in 2016, QCLNG will have an output of around 8 million tonnes of LNG each year.

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