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Nigeria LNG reached a new milestone with the export of 4000th cargo from its Bonny Island facility to the Marmara LNG terminal in Turkey.
Turkish LNG terminal has also received the 3000th liquefied natural gas cargo shipped from Nigeria LNG, three years ago.
NLNG said in its statement on Tuesday the cargo was shipped on board the LNG Sokoto, with delivery scheduled for May 14.
Currently, NLNG has 23 LNG vessels in its chartered fleet which includes six new vessels built in South Korea that replaced older tankers.
The company has plans to expand its production capacity at its six-train plant complex from 22 million tons per annum (mtpa) to some 30 mtpa.
NLNG is a joint venture compromised of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC (49 percent), Shell (25.6 percent), Total (15 percent), and Eni (10.4 percent).(source: LNGWorldNews)