Chile’s Mejillones terminal eyes expansion

Jean-Michel Cabanes, the chief executive of terminal operator GNL Mejillones – which is 63% owned by GDF Suez and 37% owned by Chilean state mining company Codelco – shares his ambitions for the terminal Jean-Michel Cabanes, the chief executive of terminal operator GNL Mejillones – which is 63% owned by GDF Suez and 37% owned by Chilean state mining company Codelco – shares his ambitions for the terminal.
By Chris Noon 21 February 2014 0 7099
The GNL Mejillones LNG terminal in northern Chile. The plant is targeted for further expansion. (GNLM)

Around 87% of Chile’s LNG imports in 2013 arrived via the Quintero terminal, 150 km south of the capital Santiago. However, the Mejillones terminal in the northern region of Antofagasta, which has been crucial in meeting power demand from the mining sector, is seeking a larger role in Chile’s energy industry. Jean-Michel Cabanes, the chief executive of terminal operator GNL Mejillones – which is 63% owned by GDF Suez and 37% owned by Chilean state mining company Codelco – shares his ambitions for the terminal.

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