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TOKYO, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Japan’s Tokyo Gasoline rejected supply of a liquefied pure fuel (LNG) tanker on Thursday after the vessel suffered an influence outage after getting into Tokyo Bay, an organization spokesman instructed Reuters on Friday.
The 157,000 cubic metres tanker, Vitality Atlantic, loaded a cargo from U.S. Corpus Christi LNG Terminal on Sept. three and was resulting from ship the cargo to Negishi terminal, Refinitiv Eikon ship-tracking knowledge confirmed.
The vessel is chartered by U.S. producer Cheniere, three business sources stated.
The service regained energy however Tokyo Gasoline didn’t take supply for security causes as a result of the service operator didn’t know the explanation for the outage, the spokesman stated.
He added that there isn’t any provide situation as a result of the corporate has enough stockpiles. (Reporting by Yuka Obayashi, extra reporting by Ekaterina Kravtsova Writing by Jessica Jaganathan Enhancing by David Goodman)