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LNG Terminals in Gujarat Current Status and Future Prospects

LNG Terminals in Gujarat Current Status and Future Prospects

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LNG Terminals in Gujarat Current Status and Future Prospects

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  1. LNG Terminals in GujaratCurrent Status and Future Prospects

  2. LNG Terminals in Gujarat • PLL’s Dahej, first LNG terminal to come up in India. Long term gas supply commitment from Rasgas. Commissioned beginning 2004. • Shell Hazira LNG terminal Commissioned in 2005 on the “Merchant” model. • Possible future terminals at Pipavav, Jamnagar, Maroli & Mundhra. • Gujarat Govt. wants another LNG Terminal.

  3. Gas demand in Gujarat • Gujarat accounts for over 25% of gas consumed in India. Large demand/supply gap still exists. • Dahej terminal functioning like clockwork. Tanker arrives every fourth day and RLNG sent to GAIL. • Hazira caught in gas price upsurge. Limited number of tankers received, so far, due to price resistance. • Acceptance of new LNG price is now being realized by consumers.

  4. Advantages of Gujarat • Gas pipelines in North & South Gujarat for the last three decades. • GSPL building the state gas grid, number of segments completed. Accessibility would be available to most parts of Gujarat • Well developed industrial culture, skilled manpower, harmonious labor relations • Helpful Government & bureaucracy

  5. Dahej Terminal Details

  6. Petronet LNG : The LNG Chain DOWNSTREAM UPSTREAM TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION LIQUEFACTION, STORAGE AND LOADING RECEPTION, STORAGE AND REGASIFICATION SUBSURFACE DEVELOPMENT SHIPPING SURFACE DEVELOPMENT Production Liquefaction plant Regasification plant Gas transmission Gas Treatment LNG storage LNG storage Separation Loading Unloading Gas Transport Gas Reserves For export or local use Gas Liquids storage GAIL/IOC/BPCL - Offtakers Owner / Operator Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Mitsui Petronet LNG Ltd.

  7. Dahej Terminal

  8. FEATURES OF LNG TERMINAL

  9. LNG REGASIFICATIOON

  10. PLL LNG SHIPS for Dahej DISHA & RAAHI

  11. SHIPPING & PORT OPERATION A: Dahej Terminal 25 year time charter from Mitsui OSK Lines- K Line- NYK Line-SCI 2 tankers - 138,000 m3 capacity each membrane type. First Disha delivered in January 2004 and second Raahi in December 2004 Duel Fuel arrangement, First option RLNG. Bunker oil when RLNG not permitted Port Operation services – 4 Tugs, 2 Mooring crafts, pilot boat from PSA Marine-Ocean Sparkle placed at Dahej DISHA RAAHI

  12. LNG TANKS ON SHIPS – DISHA & RAAHI

  13. FACILITIES : UNLOADING ARMS State of the art Un-Loading arms with automatic emergency release system 16 inch dia. 3 nos. for LNG 1 Unloading arm for return gas

  14. SHIP AT BERTH

  15. Hazira TerminalDetails

  16. Hazira Project - Snapshot • 2 LNG storage tanks of 160,000 m3 each • Infrastructure laid out for a capacity of 5 mtpa though initial throughput capacity is for 2.4 mtpa • One jetty for LNG unloading • 3 LNG unloading arms • 4 tug boats • LNG ship sizes – 75000 to 140000 m3 (S.S. Gemmata berthed at Hazira Port) World class LNG terminal – capacity available for more than 2000 MW power generation

  17. GROWING LNG TRADE :INDIAN PERSPECTIVE • India’s location Advantage • West coast close to Middle east • East coast –Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia potential LNG suppliers • LNG growth driven by demand for gas.

  18. Future Outlook • LNG from Dahej has been well accepted in Gujarat & elsewhere. Hazira seen to be stabilizing now. • Major gas consumers need to accept the reality of current LNG market. • Users of Naphtha, FO/LSHS could accept RLNG price right away. • Room for one more LNG terminal in Gujarat in the near to mid term.

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