WATCHING THE WORLD THIRTY YEARS OF LNG TRADING

05/01/1995
The liquefied natural gas industry will celebrate 30 years of international trade this year at a conference and exhibition that will take place July 3-6 in Birmingham, U.K. Holding the conference in the U.K. is appropriate because the first international LNG trade was between Algeria's Arzew export terminal and U.K.'s Canvey Island terminal. Ironically, the Canvey Island plant was shut down last year. Canvey Island terminal received LNG for peak shaving gas supply when Britain's gas was largely manufactured from coal. A British Gas plc spokesman said the plant had been mothballed and put up for sale. Cyril ...
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