Myanmar’s Ministry of Energy plans to launch an international tender in April to build the country’s first floating LNG terminal, according to local media.
The estimated $2 billion project includes a 3-4 mtpa terminal and a 200 km pipeline to deliver gas to heavily populated areas and to a planned 1 GW gas-fired power plant.
Many parties are reported to have expressed interest in bidding, including Japanese, Thai, and European energy companies.
The government will select the winning bid by the end of the year, with the terminal...
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