Tokyo Gas to study LNG supply to Southeast Asian remote islands

Tokyo Gas to study LNG supply to Southeast Asian remote islands
Image courtesy of Tokyo Gas

Japan’s biggest city gas supplier, Tokyo Gas, is looking into the option of supplying liquefied natural gas to remote islands in Southeast Asia. 

The company intends to construct a network of smaller LNG storage facilities as well as LNG-fueled power-generation facilities that would be supplied by small-scale LNG vessels.

According to a report by Nikkei, Tokyo gas has already set the wheels in motion with a feasibility study in the Philippines.

Investment in each of the facilities would be in the tens of millions of dollars. The company has also been given support by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry during the study period that would last through the spring of 2018.

The Philippines already have already started construction of LNG receiving terminals to secure supply as its domestic production is set to stop in 2022-2023.

Tokyo Gas aims to have its storage facilities ready by the time these import terminals start up, and also to expand its network in other countries.

 

LNG World News Staff

Share this article

Follow LNG World News

Events>

<< Aug 2019 >>
MTWTFSS
29 30 31 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 1

5th CWC China LNG & Gas International Summit & Exhibition

5th CWC China LNG & Gas International Summit & Exhibition will return 16 – 17 October 2019, bringing together the key players…

read more >

LNG Pricing, Trading & Hedging Houston

LNG Pricing, Trading & Hedging training program has been completed by hundreds of leading traders, analysts, risk managers…

read more >

World Gas Series: Morocco Summit

Bringing together key players in the gas value chain in Morocco, the World Gas Series:

read more >

Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference 2019

The three-day event includes an exhibition where an expected 600+ supply chain companies will showcase their products and services.

read more >