Kuwait to resume LNG imports in March
Kuwait, January 25, 2011
Kuwait Petroleum Corp (KPC) said it will resume imports of liquified-natural-gas (LNG) in March to meet the rising demand in summer from power generators, state news agency Kuna said on Tuesday.
The Electricity and Water Ministry has asked for imports for the period of mid-March to mid-November, said Abdullatif al-Houti, managing director for international marketing at KPC, adding that the extra import demand was around 10-14 shipments.-Reuters
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