SK Group LNG Terminal
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SK Group LNG Terminal is a proposed and unnamed LNG terminal servicing Sri Lanka.
The terminal is proposed for an unknown location in Sri Lanka.
- Owner: SK Group
- Location: unknown location in Sri Lanka
- Coordinates: TBD
- Type: Import
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year:
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
In July 2020, SK Group announced that it was considering a US$600 million LNG project in Sri Lanka. SK Group, South Korea's third largest conglomerate (Chaebol) is currently in talks with the Sri Lankan authorities on the establishment of a number of investment ventures in Sri Lanka, including an LNG project. The proposed project would supply LNG to 930 MW power plants in Sri Lanka, running on a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis.
Articles and resources
- South Korea’s third largest firm to set up US $600 million LNG plant in Sri Lanka, Lankane News, 24 July 2020