NEW YORK - Repsol YPF's Bilbao Knutsen liquefied natural gas tanker is expected to arrive at the Canaport LNG terminal in New Brunswick from Trinidad on Oct. 5, according to AISLive ship tracker on Reuters.
The 138,000-cubic-meter tanker was last seen anchored off the coast of Trinidad on Wednesday, the data showed.
This will be the seventh cargo to offload at Canaport since it began operations in June and follows the Seri Ayu tanker which arrived from Egypt on Sept. 26.
Canaport has taken a steady stream of cargoes since June from Trinidad and Egypt. The terminal has the capacity to send out 1 billion cubic feet of gas per day.
Canaport LNG is a partnership between Repsol (75 percent) and Irving Oil (25 percent), under which Repsol sources and ships LNG to the terminal. (Reporting by Edward McAllister; Editing by John Picinich)