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    Pakistan seeks 10 LNG spot cargoes

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Pakistan LNG plans to source spot cargoes in July, August and September.

by: Shardul Sharma

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Pakistan seeks 10 LNG spot cargoes

State-owned Pakistan LNG (PLL) plans to source 10 LNG spot cargoes in July, August and September, according to a tender document published on its website on July 1.

The company plans to procure two cargoes in July, five cargoes in August and three in September. The tender will close on July 7.

The cargoes will be delivered on an ex-ship basis to the floating terminal operated by Pakistan GasPort at Port Qasim near Karachi “or such other LNG terminal within Pakistan as may be advised by PLL”. Pakistan has two import terminals – one operated by Pakistan GasPort and one by Elengy. Both are at Port Qasim near Karachi. 

PLL last week received just a single bid in its spot LNG tender for July against four planned purchases.