Höegh Giant FSRU Terminal

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Höegh Giant FSRU Terminal is a proposed floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in Jaigarh Port in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India.[1]

Location

The FSRU is proposed for Jaigarh Port in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India. The precise location within the port is an estimate only.[1]

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Project Details

  • FSRU Charterer: H-Energy[1]
  • FSRU Owner: Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd.[1]
  • Location: Jaigarh Port in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India[1]
  • Coordinates: (approximate)
  • Type: Import[1]
  • Capacity: 6 mtpa[1]
  • Status: Proposed[1]
  • Start Year: 2021[1]

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

Background

In December 2020, H-Energy (through its wholly owned subsidiary Western Concessions Private Limited), entered into a binding contract with Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. The contract is a 10-year agreement for the deployment of Höegh's existing floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), named Höegh Giant, at H-Energy's existing LNG regasification terminal project in Jaigarh Port in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India. The FSRU will be delivered to H-Energy’s Jaigarh project in March 2021.[1]

The Höegh Giant was built in 2017. It has a storage capacity of 170,000 m3 and a maximum regasification capacity of 750 million standard cubic feet per day (MMscf/d - approximately 6.0 million tonnes per year). The FSRU will deliver regasified LNG to the 56 km Jaigarh-Dabhol Gas Pipeline, connecting to the National Gas grid. It will also deliver LNG onshore for truck loading facilities. The FSRU is also capable of providing bunkering services.[1]

The FSRU will act as a supplement to the Jaigarh LNG Terminal. Upon the delivery of the FSRU, H-Energy will commission its Jaigarh terminal project in March 2021. This LNG terminal will become India’s first FSRU based LNG regasification terminal.[1]

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