India’s plans for developing east coast LNG

India has plans for six LNG terminals along the country's east coast, with around 18 mtpa of regasification capacity in the planning stage India has plans for six LNG terminals along the country's east coast, with around 18 mtpa of regasification capacity in the planning stage.
By Andrew Walker 15 June 2017 0 26379

Dhamra

Start date 2020
Status Planned
Capacity 5 mtpa
Stakeholders Adani Group, 51%; Indian Oil Corp. (IOC), 38%; Gail, 10%; financial institutions, 2% 

IOC and Gail purchased stakes in the Dhamra project last September and will book 3.0 mtpa and 1.5 mtpa respectively at the terminal, according to media reports. Dhamra is one of six terminals planned on India’s east coast. IOC scrapped plans for its own terminal at the port, joining Adani’s instead. project. 

Kakinada

Start date Unknown
Status Planned
Capacity 5 mtpa (approximately)
Stakeholders Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corp., Gail

An LNG...

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