Bangladesh’s state oil company, PetroBangla, is looking to build a small-to-mid-scale LNG terminal in Chittagong to meet the country’s demand for gas, but industry sources say the timeline looks ambitious.
The plan includes making use of infrastructure at the retired Sangu gas field, which could cut costs and limit construction time to around a year. However, delivering small-scale projects is far from straightforward, and bringing the project online in 2018 – according to the schedule put forward by PetroBangla – will not be easy.
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