Lebanon prepares to tender three LNG import facilities

Lebanon's energy ministry is waiting on approvals from the Council of Ministers, but no objections have been expressed so far Lebanon's energy ministry is waiting on approvals from the Council of Ministers, but no objections have been expressed so far.
By Verity Ratcliffe 6 October 2017 0 27870
A photo of Tripoli, Lebanon, where one of the FSRUs will be located. Tripoli, Lebanon, where one of the FSRUs will be located. (Tadmouri)

Lebanon’s Ministry of Energy and Water is preparing to invite expressions of interest for three LNG import projects within the next month, a ministry official has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily

Companies will be invited to submit offers to supply FSRUs or any other type of offshore LNG import facility. But before the ministry can launch the tender, it must receive approvals from Lebanon’s cabinet, the Council of Ministers. 

“The ministerial committee has finished working on it, but it has to go to the Council of Ministers,”...

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