GAZ DE FRANCE'S LNG SUPPLY CLIMBING

The 40,000 cu m Tellier liquefied natural gas tanker unloads the 2,000th cargo of Algerian LNG at Gaz de France's Fos terminal in southern France. Inset photo at upper left is a view of the terminal from the port side of the ship. Deliveries from Algeria's Skikda liquefaction plant started 18 years ago. Three LNG tankers shuttling between the North African plant and Fos last year met more than 10% of France's gas requirements.

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