March 22 (Bloomberg) -- Angola LNG, the Chevron Corp.-led liquefied natural gas plant in the southern African state, won’t load its first cargo until May, World Gas Intelligence said, without saying where it got the information.
Angola LNG has approached spot buyers for the chilled fuel in Asia but isn’t believed to have secured any long-term sales agreements for its gas, WGI reported.
Laurentino Silva, a spokesman for Angola LNG, didn’t return e-mails or phone calls seeking comment.
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