Aguadulce LNG Terminal
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Aguadulce LNG Terminal is a proposed LNG import terminal in Colombia.
The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed LNG terminal on the Bay of Buenaventura in Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
- Owner: Aguadulce LNG
- Location: TBD, Colombia
- Coordinates: 3.921808, -77.108302 (approximate)
- Type: Import
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year:
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
The project aims to develop an LNG import terminal and a gas-fired power plant on the Pacific Coast of Colombia to supply natural gas and electricity to southwestern and central Colombia. Aguadulce LNG, S.A.S., is a private company established to develop this project. The proposed terminal would include an FSRU with a storage capacity of 160,000 m3, along with a 400 MW simple cycle gas turbine power plant, which would later be upgraded to a combined cycle plant.
As of May 2021, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is looking for contractors to conduct a feasibility study.
Articles and resources
- Colombia: Feasibility Study: Colombia Aguadulce LNG Project U.S. Trade and Development Agency, accessed May 6, 2021
- "FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE AGUADULCE LNG TERMINAL AND POWER PLANT PROJECT IN COLOMBIA" (PDF). USTDA. October 30, 2020.