PTT to build third LNG receiving terminal in Myanmar

PTT to build third LNG receiving terminal in Myanmar

Third LNG terminal in Myanmar is strongly in plans of Thailand’s PTT as a gateway to further security to the country’s energy supply. 


LNG is used to produce 70% of Thailand’s power generation with 25% of it being imported from Myanmar.

According to Nuttachat Charuchinda, chief operating officer for PTT’s upstream business, the company is looking to build an LNG receiving terminal with a capacity of 5 million tonnes per year reports Reuters.

PTT already owns a 5 million ton per year, Map Ta Phut LNG terminal with a second one of the same capacity scheduled for completion in 2017.

 

LNG World News Staff, October 1, 2014; Image: PTT LNG

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