Myanmar’s LNG-fueled power plant springs into action

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By Adnan Bajic The Hong Kong-headquartered VPower Group ventured into the LNG-to-power business through its partnership with China National Technical Import and Export Corporation.

Courtesy of VPower

The partnership fired up the LNG-fueled power plant in Thaketa Township of Yangon, Myanmar on June 14.

VPower noted it is the first time LNG has been used as fuel for power generation in Myanmar.

The power station, with an installed capacity of 477.1 MW, was built on a fast-track basis for one of the Myanmar government’s shortlisted critical projects to boost power supply for summer 2020.

The project was awarded to the consortium of VPower Group and

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