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GM&T bunkers LNG vessel in Russia for first time.

Gazprom Marketing & Trading's newly delivered LNG carrier Pskov received bunkers (heavy fuel oil and marine gas oil) at the port of Nakhodka in the Primorskiy Region of Russia. This marks the first time a GM&T time-chartered LNG vessel has bunkered in a Russian port. Bunkers were provided by GazpromNeft Marine Bunker.


Upon completion of the bunkering operation, Pskov proceeded to the port of Prigorodnoye where the LNG terminal of the Gazprom-majority owned Sakhalin-2 project is located. After completing the gassing up and cooling down of her cargo tanks and loading LNG, the vessel will deliver her maiden cargo to an M&T customer in Asia.

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Title Annotation:International
Publication:Pipeline & Gas Journal
Date:Oct 1, 2014
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