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Pakistan LNG expansion could see results by 2022

Private developers have received provisional approvals to build five terminals in Pakistan, with the first new facilities expected online in three years to help deal with a widening supply crunch Private developers have received provisional approvals to build five terminals in Pakistan, with the first new facilities expected online in three years to help deal with a widening supply crunch.
By Damon Evans 10 October 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG 0 34660
The Pakistan GasPort LNG terminal in Pakistan. (PGP)

The key issue: The private developers of five new LNG terminals in Pakistan have until 5 November to submit technical and financial details for their projects, which could triple the country’s regasification capacity.

Interfax analysis: The government of Pakistan has given provisional approval for developers to build five new LNG terminals in the country. The facilities, likely to all be FSRUs, could triple Pakistan’s regasification capacity to 30 mtpa by 2022 as part of an ambitious expansion plan to help deal with a widening energy...