Peru’s only liquefaction facility at Pampa Melchorita dispatched a cargo of liquefied natural gas to France. Data from the state-owned Perupetro shows that the 136,600 cbm LNG carrier Galea left the facility on Monday, August 22.The exact destination of the vessel has not been revealed.This is the second cargo Peru dispatched to France, following the departure of Teekay’s 145,500 cbm LNG carrier Hispania Spirit in March. The vessel delivered the cargo to Fos Cavaou terminal operated by Elengy.With the latest cargo, the 4.45 mtpa LNG export facility shipped 347 vessels in total, since it started operations in June 2010.[mappress mapid=”17898″]LNG World News Staff
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Football’s world governing body Fifa has moved to end the dispute currently dividing the game in Liberia.It has summoned the country’s Football Association, the Sports Ministry and representatives of Premier League clubs to Fifa headquarters in Switzerland.The clubs are angry about what they see as poor organisation of the league.They have also demanded an audit of the LFA’s accounts.The parties have been told to report to Fifa’s offices in Zurich by 10 October.LFA vice-president Adolph Lawrence expressed the LFA’s desire to have the protracted crisis resolved. “I think the invitation is timely and would lead to a final resolution of the matter. We want all of our clubs on board no matter what their concerns,” Lawrence told BBC Sport.The clubs are also keen for the dispute to be sorted out.Their spokesman, Andy Quamie, said they were ready to put their case to Fifa.“We will take full advantage of the invitation as our intention is not to undo the LFA but to see football here develop in the right fashion,” Quamie told the BBC.“We hope Fifa ensures that it happens with Liberian football.” Source: BBC