H-Energy inaugurates FSRU terminal at Jaigarh Port

H-Energy inaugurates FSRU terminal at Jaigarh Port
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India’s H-Energy, a unit of real estate group Hiranandani, inaugurated its FSRU-based LNG terminal at Jaigarh Port in Maharashtra.

The FSRU GDF Suez Cape Ann, chartered for the project, arrived at the location over the weekend.

The terminal, with a 4 mtpa LNG handling capacity is scheduled to begin commercial operation by the fourth quarter of 2018.

The FSRU GDF Suez Cape Ann is capable of reloading LNG onto other vessels, H-Energy stressed in its statement on Wednesday, as it aims to provide storage, re-gasification, re-loading, fuel bunkering and truck loading services to the Indian industries that are showing increasing demand for the chilled fuel.

When operational, the re-gasified LNG will be supplied to customers, through a 60-km tie-in pipeline which shall be connected to national gas grids at Dabhol, H-Energy said.

Speaking at the inauguration, Darshan Hiranandani, MD & CEO, H-Energy said, “inaugurating the first FSRU project and Jetty infrastructure is a key milestone towards completion of this LNG terminal project.”

He added that the FSRU-based approach reduces the time taken for commissioning of such projects

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