Heavy monsoon delays Indian LNG terminal
Published by Will Owen,
According to Reuters, H-Energy is expecting to delay the start-up of its LNG terminal in west India until 1Q19.
Until now the terminal had been scheduled to commence operations by 4Q18, however there were always expectations that unfavourable monsoon rains could affect the laying of critical pipelines. In this instance, this has been the case.
The 4 million tpy terminal, an FSRU, is connected by a 60 km pipeline at the port of Jaigarh to the national gas grid at Dabhol.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/17102018/heavy-monsoon-delays-indian-lng-terminal/
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