India breaks ground for Dhamra LNG terminal

By Staff reporter 14 July 2017

The groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of an LNG terminal at the Indian port of Dhamra was held this week, according to India.com.

The 5 mtpa terminal is expected to cost INR 60 billion ($930 million) and will be one of the first LNG projects to start up on the country’s east coast.

The terminal is being built by Adani Corp., with Indian Oil Corp. taking a 39% share and Gail holding an 11% stake in the project.

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