By Mirza Duran A Dutch-Pakistan venture is inviting companies willing to secure capacities at a planned onshore LNG import terminal in Port Qasim to submit their bids.
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Elengy Terminal Pakistan, owned by Vopak and Engro, has invited expression of interest on a non-binding basis from international and local LNG suppliers.
The interested parties looking to secure regasification, storage and other services such as bunkering and reloading should submit their bids via the project’s website.
The venture aims to build a multi-functional terminal with a send out capacity of up to 1,200 million standard cubic feet per day.
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