Tokyo Gas Engineering wins contract for Thai LNG terminal
Tokyo Gas Engineering Solutions (TGES), a unit of Japan's Tokyo Gas, has been awarded a contract to carry out updates of front end engineering design (FEED) and engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) tender management services for a proposed LNG receiving terminal in Thailand, Tokyo Gas said on November 9.
The terminal will be built by Gulf MTP LNG Terminal Company (GMTP), which is a joint venture between Gulf Energy Development Public Company and PTT Tank Terminal Company, a unit of Thai state-owned PTT. GMTP is owned 70% by Gulf Energy and 30 % by PTT Tank.
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This is the second time for TGES to work for GMTP’s LNG terminal project, after having been awarded to conduct the original FEED in August 2020. Under the new contract, TGES will perform the tender management services for the upcoming EPCC tender planned by GMTP, in addition to the FEED updates.
TGES has participated in several Thailand LNG projects, namely the Map Ta Phut LNG receiving terminal Phase 2 and Nong Fab LNG receiving terminal.