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Indonesia offers to collaborate on Cambodian LNG project

The proposal, made by Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla, could help Cambodia reduce its reliance on diesel and oil for power generation The proposal, made by Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla, could help Cambodia reduce its reliance on diesel and oil for power generation.
By Andrew Walker 22 January 2019 0 33853
Indonesia's Lampung FSRU. (Hoegh)

Indonesia’s offer to build an LNG-to-power project in Cambodia could help the latter reduce its reliance on diesel and oil for electricity generation, potentially offering cheaper power. Such a development would also open another market for LNG in Southeast Asia.

Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla made the offer during a visit to Cambodia last week to encourage economic cooperation between the two Asian states, according to Indonesian state news agency Antara.

Under the plan, Indonesian state gas company Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) would build...