Torrent Power seeking LNG cargoes for 2021

Sugen Power Plant (Image courtesy of Torrent Power)

Torrent Power, India’s private power utility, is reportedly seeking delivery of multiple cargoes throughout 2021.

Citing industry sources, Reuters reports the company is looking to purchase up to 12 cargoes of the chilled fuel.

In a tender closed on March 18, the company sought one cargo per month.

Torrent Power owns and operates three gas-fired power plants with a total of around 2,500 MW production capacity in addition to a coal-fired power plant and a number of wind and solar power plants.

Its Sugen facility near Surat in South Gujarat is partially supplied from the Dahej liquefied natural gas import facility.

 

LNG World News Staff

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