State-owned terminal operator LNG Croatia said it has received the 37th LNG cargo at the FSRU-based Krk import facility since the launch of operations in January last year.
LNG Croatia said in a short statement that the 180,000-cbm SK Resolute docked at the 140,000-cbm FSRU on August 11, but it did not reveal any additional information.
According to its AIS data provided by VesselsValue, the 2018-built carrier, owned by a JV consisting of Marubeni and SK Shipping and chartered by TotalEnergies, previously picked up the cargo at Cheniere’s Corpus Christi facility in Texas.
Prior to arriving at the Krk facility, the LNG carrier also visited DESFA’s Revithoussa terminal in Greeece. The vessel probably unloaded a partial cargo there.
This marks the third arrival for the LNG carrier SK Resolute at the Krk facility. In June, it delivered a cargo from the US as well.
Croatia’s FSRU mostly gets supplies from the US.
LNG Croatia said in a separate statement this week it had reached a new milestone with total volume of natural gas delivered to gas transmission system exceeding 3 billion cubic meters since the start of operations.
The terminal boosted its capacity earlier this year from 2.6 billion cubic meters of gas to 2.9 bcm per year without new investment.
Croatia is also nearing a decision to further increase the capacity of its FSRU-based LNG import terminal, as European countries look to slash reliance on Russian gas.
The country plans to even double the regasification capacity of the terminal to some 6.1 bcm.