Germany-based TGE Gas Engineering, a unit of China’s CIMC, said it has raised the roofs on two large storage tanks at Guangdong Energy’s Huizhou LNG terminal in China.
Each of the two tanks has a capacity of 200,000 cbm.
TGE Gas said in a statement on Thursday it is working on the EPC contract revealed last year with its consortium partner CIMC EnTech.
The LNG terminal, developed by Guangdong Huizhou LNG, consists of three 200,000-cbm LNG tanks with a capacity of 10 mtpa, according to TGE Gas.
TGE Gas expects the mechanical completion of the project on January 31, 2024. Also, the Chinese firm plans to commission the three tanks on March 31 the same year, the firm said.
Guangdong Energy previously said the total costs for the first phase of the terminal would reach about $1 billion.