LNG Terminal Project – Maharashtra

March 1, 2016

Western Concessions Private Limited (formerly known as H-Energy Gateway Private Limited), a wholly owned subsidiary of H-Energy is on advanced stage to commission India’s first FSRU (Floating Storage and Re-Gasification Unit) based LNG terminal project at Jaigarh Port, in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. The project is to be implemented in 2 phases. Phase – I consists of a jetty based FSRU of 4.0 MMTPA capacity. In Phase-II, a land based LNG terminal with an ultimate capacity of 8.0 MMTPA has been planned. This terminal will be implemented after the successful completion and stabilization of Phase-I. The LNG terminal at Jaigarh will connect to the national gas grid at Dabhol through a 60 km tie-in pipeline.
H-Energy has executed an agreement with a French company, Total for chartering its FSRU, CAPE ANN. The FSRU has a storage capacity of 1,45,000 m3 and is capable of reloading LNG onto other LNG vessels and providing bunkering services. The terminal is being developed in accordance with the highest international safety and engineering standards.

Project Milestones:-

Milestones EPC / EPCM Awarded Completion Schedule
Jetty Construction Jan 2017 Q1 2018
Jetty Topside Mar-2017 Q2 2018
Tie-in Pipeline Mar 2017 Q4 2019
Project Commissioning and Update Apr 2017 Q2 2020

Regulatory Documents:-

Environmental & CRZ Clearance letter

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