Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal

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Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal is an LNG terminal in Rayong, Thailand.

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Project Details

  • Owner: PTT LNG
  • Location: Map Ta Phut, Rayong, Thailand
  • Coordinates: 12.651686, 101.159533 (exact)
  • Capacity: 10 mtpa, 1.43 bcfd
  • Status: Operating
  • Type: Import
  • Start Year: 2011, 2017

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

Background

Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal is an LNG import terminal in Rayong, Thailand, owned by PTT LNG. It was commissioned in 2011 with capacity of 5 mtpa. Most of the imported gas comes from Qatar and Malaysia.[1]

In 2017, the terminal's capacity was expanded to 10 mtpa.[2][3]

PTT successfully tested the reloading facilities at Map Ta Phut LNG terminal in 2020. The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) granted PTT a commercial trial period for LNG Storage/Reloading activities at the terminal. The first cargo was reloaded at Map Ta Phut in January 2021.[4]

Expansion 1 Project Details

  • Owner: PTT LNG
  • Location: Map Ta Phut, Rayong, Thailand
  • Coordinates: 12.651686, 101.159533 (exact)
  • Capacity: 1.5 mtpa, 0.22 bcfd
  • Status: Operating
  • Type: Import
  • Start Year: 2019

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

Expansion 1 Background

An additional 1.5 mtpa expansion is planned for 2019.[5] In July 2019 it was reported that the expansion had been commissioned.[6]

Articles and resources

References

  1. Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal, A Barrel Full, accessed April 2017
  2. "Company information," PTT LNG, accessed August 2017
  3. "Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal (Project Schedule for Phase II)," PTT LNG, accessed August 2017
  4. GIIGNL 2021 Annual Report, accessed May 5, 2021
  5. "Thailand's PTT eyes $28 mln Map Ta Phut LNG terminal expansion," LNG World News, May 30, 2016
  6. Thailand sets its sights on larger LNG share, Petroleum Economist, Jul. 16, 2019

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