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Vietnam’s energy challenge in figures

Vietnam is seeing a rush to build LNG terminals in a move to displace coal in power generation and meet booming electricity demand Vietnam is seeing a rush to build LNG terminals in a move to displace coal in power generation and meet booming electricity demand.
By Staff reporter 25 November 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG 0 34818
Chart showing Vietnam's power generation mix

Vietnam is expected to see electricity shortages next year, and the situation will likely get progressively worse until 2022-2023.

In last week’s issue of Natural Gas Insight, our Asia specialist Damon Evans analysed the country’s plans to build LNG-to-power terminals and the opportunities this brings for LNG suppliers in the United States.

Click here to read the full story or here to download the latest issue of NGI.

Map showing proposed LNG terminals in Vietnam
Chart showing Vietnam's gas consumption, 2015-2018