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    Qatar delivers commissioning LNG cargo to Thai terminal

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The LMPT2 Map ta Phut LNG terminal has a capacity of 7.5mn metric tons/year .

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Qatar delivers commissioning LNG cargo to Thai terminal

Qatargas has delivered the commissioning cargo to Thailand’s LMPT2 Map ta Phut LNG import terminal, it said on August 3 on Twitter.

The cargo was loaded in Ras Laffan on June 4, on the Q-Flex LNG vessel Al Oraiq, with 210,000 m3 of LNG. It arrived at the Thai LNG terminal on June 18.

The 7.5mn metric tons/year LMPT2 Map ta Phut LNG terminal is located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, between Sattahip and Rayong, approximately 220 km from Bangkok. The terminal has two storage tanks – each with a capacity of 250,000 m3.