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Pakistan to get new LNG terminal in cooperation with China

The total foreign investment in this project including the terminal, facilities, LNG logistics and supply infrastructure was estimated to be around $300 million

Pakistan to get new LNG terminal in cooperation with China

Islamabad, April 29 - Neftegaz.RU. The 4th Construction, a unit of China National Chemical Engineering Group Corporation (CNCEC), has signed an EPCF deal with Daewoo Gas to build a new LNG terminal in Pakistan.

The parties have specifically signed a master engineering procurement construction and finance (EPCF) deal for the setting up of an offshore LNG terminal near Karachi.
Under the deal, CNCEC will design, construct and finance an offshore LNG terminal.

It will feature topside equipment that enables LNG filling into ISO containers.
Trucks will transport these containers throughout Pakistan where LNG will be re-gasified sites.

When fully operational, Daewoo Gas’ terminal will handle 10,000 tonnes of LNG per day.
Therefore, it is to significantly improve Pakistan’s energy supply and reduce carbon emissions, Daewoo Gas says.

According to local media, Shahid Karim, CEO of Daewoo Gas said they plan on making the terminal operational before summer 2023 at Pakistan’s LNG zone in the Arabian Sea.

Pakistan’s new LNG facility will have a capacity of 2.5 million tons per annum (MTPA) of LNG.
The estimated investment amounts to $300 million.

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