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Egat prepares to bring in third LNG shipment

Jan 31. 2020
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The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) is planning to procure and import more liquified natural gas (LNG) in accordance with Energy Ministry policy.

Egat deputy governor Tawatchai Jakpaisal said this week the new shipment would be fed into its three power plants – Bangpakong, Wangnoi and South Bangkok.

The state enterprise is determining the LNG volume each will use, expected to be not more than one million tonnes this year.

He added that Egat expected to import the new lot in the second half of the year.

Egat imported 65,000 tonnes in December and will import the same amount in April.

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