Itacoatiara LNG Terminal

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Itacoatiara LNG Terminal is a proposed LNG Terminal in the state of Amazonas, Brazil.

Location

The proposed LNG terminal would be located on the Amazon River in Itacoatiara, Amazonas state, Brazil.[1][2]

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Project Details

  • Owner: TISA (Termelétrica Itacoatiara SA)[1]
  • Parent company: Grupo Dislub Equador SA (50%), Vitol SA (50%)[3]
  • Location: Itacoatiara, Amazonas state, Brazil[2]
  • Coordinates: -3.154920, -58.433795 (exact)[1]
  • Capacity: to be determined
  • Status: Proposed
  • Type: Import
  • Start Year:
  • Financing:

Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day

Background

The proposed LNG terminal is a project of TISA (Termelétrica Itacoatiara SA), a subsidiary of Grupo Dislub Equador. The terminal would be located at Grupo Dislub Equador's existing port facility on the Amazon River in Itacoatiara, Amazonas state, Brazil. Shipments of LNG would be brought upriver by boat to the terminal, where a regasification plant of unspecified capacity would supply natural gas via a 500-meter pipeline to the company's proposed 518 MW Itacoatiara power station.[1][2]

In 2018, TISA submitted an environmental impact report for the gas plant and terminal project and received its initial license from Amazonas state's environmental authority IPAAM (Instituto de Proteção Ambiental do Amazonas). The company reportedly plans to enter the project in Brazil's forthcoming national energy auctions.[2]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Estudo de Impacto Ambiental: Termelétrica Itacoatiara S/A" (PDF). Ecology Suporte Ambiental. July 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Terminais de Regaseificação de GNL no Brasil: Panorama dos Principais Projetos (pp 37-38)" (PDF). EPE (Empresa de Pesquisa Energética). August 30, 2019.
  3. "Vitol to buy 50% stake in Brazil's Grupo Dislub Equador". Reuters. July 31, 2019.

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