INOXCVA wins LNG terminal contract from Caribbean LNG

Indian cryogenic equipment manufacturer INOXCVA has been awarded a contract by Caribbean LNG for design, engineering and supply on a turnkey basis for a mini-LNG receiving and regasification terminal to be set up in Antigua, West Indies, it said on April 19.

Caribbean LNG is a joint venture between Eagle LNG Partners and Antigua Power Company (APC). The terminal will provide natural gas for APC’s onshore 40 MW power plant. “The terminal is expected to be a future template and anchor plant to service power and other energy requirements in the Eastern Caribbean Islands,” INOXCVA said.

The mini-LNG terminal will have vacuum-insulated storage tanks and a regasification system to feed the gas-based power plant. Caribbean LNG’s terminal will be capable of receiving LNG through smaller ships while provisioning for LNG distribution and ship bunkering in the future, the company said.

This project comes soon after the commissioning and operations of a similar multifunctional mini LNG terminal set up by INOXCVA in Scotland.


Tags: Caribbean LNG, Eagle LNG, INOXCVA, LNG Terminal, Scotland
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