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Kogas targets gas for transport in investment drive

Kogas is looking to the transport sector to drum up new demand for LNG under its new investment plan Kogas is looking to the transport sector to drum up new demand for LNG under its new investment plan.
By Andrew Walker 24 August 2018 0 32285
Kogas’s LNG terminal in Incheon offers truck-to-ship LNG bunkering Kogas’s LNG terminal in Incheon offers truck-to-ship LNG bunkering. (Kogas)

South Korea’s state-owned gas company Kogas is investing in LNG refuelling facilities in a bid to boost the use of gas in the transport sector. It expects the move to increase the country’s LNG demand by 2 mtpa by 2025.

The move will be funded through a KRW 10 trillion ($8.9 billion) investment plan, which was announced last week. As part of the plan, the company will install bunkering facilities at its ports and build hydrogen filling stations that will...