Pagbilao Grande Island LNG Terminal
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Pagbilao Grande Island LNG Terminal, also known as Quezon LNG and P9B Terminal, is a proposed LNG terminal in Quezon province, Philippines.
The terminal is planned for Pagbilao Grande Island in Quezon province
- Owner: Pagbilao Grande LNG Terminal
- Parent: Energy World
- Location: Pagbilao Grande Island, Quezon province, Philippines
- Coordinates: 13.892078,121.755912 (exact)
- Capacity: 1.5 mtpa, 0.22 bcfd
- Status: Proposed
- Type: Import
- Start Year: 2022
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
The Energy World Corporation of Hong Kong is planning a regasification terminal on Grande Island in Pagbilao, Luzon. They intend to build a 1.5 mmtpa onshore regasification terminal in the first phase with expansion plans to double the capacity in the second phase.
Energy World received a permit for the terminal in 2011, which was extended in 2015. Initial construction work has begun, according to Energy World. Plans include a gas plant at the site.
After several years of delays the project was again permitted for construction by the Philippine Department of Energy in January 2019.
Articles and resources
- Pagbilao - LNG regas terminal, Wood Mackenzie, July 2014
- DOE eyeing P65 billion in LNG projects' investments Manila Bulletin, August 26, 2020
- Appendix 4D: Energy World Corporation Ltd and Controlled Entities, ASX.com, 30 June 2015
- DOE approves Energy World Corp’s LNG facility in Quezon, PhilStar, Jan. 4, 2019