Pakistan’s second LNG terminal to start up in September

The 21.2 MMcm/d facility will help to reduce the country’s chronic gas shortages The 21.2 MMcm/d facility will help to reduce the country’s chronic gas shortages.
By Andrew Walker 14 June 2017 0 26357
Pakistan will begin receiving LNG at its second terminal from September. (PA)

Pakistan’s second LNG terminal will begin commercial operations in September, providing up to 21.2 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) of gas to help relieve the country’s severe shortages.

The terminal is owned and operated by Pakistan GasPort Consortium (PGPC), a subsidiary of Pakistani conglomerate AG Group. PGPC chartered the Integrity FSRU from BW Maritime in August 2016 and is completing construction work to accommodate the vessel at Port Qasim.

“The project is at an advanced stage of completion [and] is scheduled to become operational in September,”...

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