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Gujarat State Petroleum Tenders LNG Terminal
Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation is seeking engineering, procurement and construction bids an liquefied natural gas re-gasification terminal at Mundra in Gujarat.
The terminal will have an initial processing capacity of 5 million tonnes per year and could be expanded to twice that amount, GSPC officials told the Hindu Business Line. GSPC has 50 per cent stake holding in the project, while Adani group holds 25 per cent, and a third investor is being sought after Essar gave up its share.
The LNG terminal will have two LNG storage tanks, as well as LNG receiving, re-gasification and gas evacuation facilities.
Tractebel of Belgium was contracted for the front-end engineering and design work.
The terminal is expected to go on stream during the first quarter of 2016.