A shipment of Russian LNG that was originally destined to be the first cargo for Karpowership and Mitsui OSK Lines joint venture’s floating storage and regasification unit and powership pairing in Senegal has altered course for Brazil before being landed at the idle West African facility.

Kpler data shows Karpowerhip’s 154,472-cbm LNG carrier Karadeniz LNGT Powership Anatolia (ex-LNG Unity, built 2006) is now due to arrive in Rio de Janeiro on 25 May.