Mexico's CFE awards 9-cargo LNG tender for Q4 delivery
LONDON (Reuters) — Mexico’s state-run power utility CFE has picked Royal Dutch Shell and most likely Cheniere Energy to deliver nine LNG cargoes in the fourth-quarter, trade sources said.
Traders said Shell won most of the tender, which was awarded on Tuesday, with shipments to be spread across October, November and December into the Altamira terminal on Mexico’s Atlantic coast, traders said.
Some traders said Cheniere took a share of CFE’s requirement.
Reporting by Oleg Vukmanovic; editing by Jason Neely
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