Indian gas company H-Energy announced earlier this week an agreement to build a liquefied natural gas regasification and reloading terminal at Kakinada port, in the eastern state of Andhra Pradesh.
Under a Port Service Agreement signed with the port authorities, it will use the hub to meet the energy demand of domestic customers, Kallanish Energy learns. It will also supply LNG to the Kukrahati LNG terminal in the state of West Bengal and export to neighboring countries like Bangladesh and Myanmar via small LNG vessels.
The hub will consist of a floating storage unit (Fsu) with a capacity between 6.0 million cubic feet (Mmcf) and 7.4 Mmcf, with an onshore vaporizer offering a 4 million tons per annum (Mtpa) capacity.
“We believe that Kakinada, with its existing breakwater and deep draft combined with its close proximity to various natural gas pipeline Read More
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