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LNG Import Terminal Project
The project is about Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to build a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal will be location near Khalifa bin Salman Port in Bahrain. Scope of work includes construction of a ship unloading system, a re-gasification and send-out system, marine works, a jetty and other associated works. The terminal will have a capacity of 800 million standard cubics feet per day liquefied natural gas and be operated under a 20-year agreement when completed. The start-up of the Bahrain melted petroleum gas (LNG) terminal and four other LNG bearer structures a huge oil and gas venture in the GCC is required to commence in H2 2019, as indicated by New York Stock Exchange-recorded and Bermuda-headquartered Teekay LNG Partners, which claims 30% of the terminal, nearby the National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) of Bahrain; Samsung Construction and Trading; and Gulf Investment Corporation. The studies will determine whether LNG will be a realistic and economic option in Bahrain, identify the commercial viability of constructing an LNG import terminal and determine the best location.