Kogas’s Dangjin LNG terminal to have 10 storage tanks

Kogas’s planned fifth LNG terminal at Dangjin in South Korea will have 10 storage tanks that will be completed by 2031.
By Staff reporter 6 October 2017 0 27883

Kogas’s planned fifth LNG terminal at Dangjin in South Korea will have 10 storage tanks that will be completed by 2031, according to TankTerminals.com.

Project startup is planned for 2025. The terminal will fuel a 900 MW power plant at Dangjin and improve security of supply for South Korea.

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