Ob River delivers

OE Staff
Thursday, January 10, 2013

The Gazprom-chartered Ob River LNG carrier has successfully completed the first-ever delivery through the Northern Sea Route. The carrier’s journey began in early November at the Snohvit terminal in Hammerfest, Norway, and ended at the Tobata terminal in Japan in December. Russian nuclear icebreakers assisted the carrier through the Northern Sea Route in mid-November.

Categories: LNG Russia Activity Europe

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