Emirates LNG to build terminal in 2013
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, February 25 - 2013 at 04:44
Emirates LNG has said it has leased a plot of land on the east coast of the UAE and will start building an LNG import terminal there later this year, Reuters has reported. "The Emirates LNG facility will have the capacity to import nine million tonnes per annum of LNG to help fuel the growing energy demands of the UAE economy," said Emirates LNG chief executive, Ahmed Matar Al Mazrouei. The joint venture between Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Petroleum and IPIC was set up in 2012 to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) into the port of Fujairah to help meet rapidly rising demand for gas in the UAE.
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