The Supply Chain

The process starts in the gas fields of the Arabian Gulf where natural gas is extracted from the seabed before being liquefied at Ras Laffan Industrial City, on the northern coast of Qatar.

The Supply Chain

The Arabian Gulf

From here, the world’s largest specially designed LNG carriers take around 18 days to transport up to two hundred and sixty-six thousand cubic metres of LNG.

Through the Arabian Gulf and the Suez Canal, across the Mediterranean to the open Atlantic, the LNG carriers arrive at South Hook LNG Terminal, where their cargo is safely discharged into huge, specially designed tanks.

Follow the journey the gas takes

The Supply Chain | South Hook LNG