In the statement, the companies claim that they have passed the pre-qualification phase of the process, opened by Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Co. (KIPIC), which is owned by the State of Kuwait.
The current signed agreement includes the setup of a consortium to participate in the tender phase, which will commence this month and is scheduled to conclude at the end of this year with the announcement of the successful tender.
The plant is currently being built and operation is expected to commence by 2021. Once finished, the terminal will feature eight 225 000 m3 tanks and an emission capacity of 3.6 million m3/hr. These features will ensure that it is one of the world’s largest LNG terminals, and will make it a key infrastructure for the gas system and Kuwait’s economic development.
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