Daigas Gas and Power Solution, a unit of Japan’s Osaka Gas, has secured a contract for CPC’s fourth LNG receiving terminal in Taiwan.
According to a statement by Osaka Gas, DGPS will provide front-end engineering and design (FEED) and technical consulting service for the construction project of Zhouji LNG receiving terminal owned and operated by CPC.
Osaka Gas did not provide the price tag of the contract.
This is CPC’s fourth LNG import terminal and will be located in the Kaohsiung port area, it said.
It includes building four LNG storage tanks, each with a capacity of 180,000 cbm, regasification facilities, and receiving facilities for LNG tankers.
After the completion of this project scheduled in 2029, LNG handling capacity of this LNG import terminal will be 6 million tons per annum, Osaka Gas said.
Last year, Osaka Gas’ unit DGPS also secured FEED and technical consulting service for the Phase-4 expansion project of the Taichung LNG receiving facility.
Osaka Gas’ unit DGPS previously worked with CPC on its Yung-An facility in Kaohsiung and the two firms are also cooperating on CPC’s third LNG receiving terminal in Guantang, Taoyuan City.