Regasification Capacity
170,000 m3
FSRU capacity
April 2021
Date of Commissioning
58 km
Tie-in-pipeline connecting Jaigarh to the Natural Gas Grid at Dhabol

LNG Terminals – Jaigarh

H-Energy through its wholly owned subsidiary, Western Concessions Private Limited 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 5.0 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 57 km tie-in pipeline.

H-Energy has partnered with Höegh LNG for supply of FSRU to be delivered to the project site at Jaigarh in Q1 2021. The FSRU has a storage capacity of 170,000 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. Upon the delivery of the FSRU, H-Energy will commission its Jaigarh LNG regasification terminal project in April 2021.

Regulatory Documents :-

Half yearly EC and CRZ Clearance Compliance report (April 20 to Sep 20)
Half yearly CRZ Clearance Compliance report (Apr 20 to Sep 20)
Half yearly CRZ Clearance Compliance report (Oct 19 to March 20)
Half yearly EC and CRZ Clearance Compliance report (Oct 19 to March 20)
Half yearly EC and CRZ Clearance Compliance report (Apr 19 to Sep 19)
EC and CRZ Clearance June 18

Scale Of Rate :-

Scale of rates WCPL

About Jaigarh Port

JSW Jaigarh Port is an SPV of JSW Infrastructure. It has entered into a concession agreement with the Government of Maharashtra. Currently, the port is fully operational with 2 berths, having a cargo handling capacity of 15 million tonnes per annum.

JSW Jaigarh Port is an existing all-weather deep water port which provides tranquil marine conditions for berthing LNG vessels up to Q-max size. The port has an existing breakwater which ensures continuous berthing operations throughout the year. The location of the LNG terminal thus provides significant benefits and flexibility to the customers; bringing in a wide range of vessels from the LNG carrier fleet.

H-Energy has entered into a Port Service Agreement and Sub-Concession Agreement with JSW Jaigarh Port or Ratnagiri (JSW Port)-Jetty Based Berth for setting up an LNG regasification terminal at the Port.


Port Infrastructure and Facilities:

• All weather deep water port
• Short approach channel of 1.6 nautical miles
• Port is presently handling bulk cargo vessels upto Panamax capacities
• Draft of 14.1 m all along the approach channel, sufficient to handle Q-max size LNG vessels
• Breakwater of approximately 500 m length already constructed, providing sufficient tranquil conditions at the LNG berth
• Year-round operations with night navigation facilities available at the port


Port Responsibilities:
• Maintenance of breakwater
• Maintenance of approach channel, turning basin, LNG berth, Jetty Based Berth
• Capital & Maintenance dredging at approach channel, turning basin and LNG berth pocket
• Maintenance and operation of tugs
• Pilotage and Mooring
• Construction of LNG jetty sub-structure


The LNG terminal project is located at JSW Jaigarh Port near Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. The Port is inside the Damankul Bay off the Jaigarh head. The Damankul Bay lies between latitudes 17° 18′ 00″ and 17°,18′ 18″ North and longitudes 73° 12′ and 73° 13′ East. The Port is located 55 KM from Ratnagiri district.

Tie-In Connectivity


The 57 km natural gas pipeline (Tie-in line) will connect Jaigarh LNG receiving terminal to two major natural gas pipeline networks, namely Dabhol-Bangalore Pipeline (DBPL) and Dahej-Uran-Panvel-Dabhol Pipeline (DUPL-DPPL) at Dabhol, Maharashtra. This pipeline will connect the Jaigarh LNG-receiving terminal to markets along these pipeline networks. In May 2015, the pipeline regulator (PNGRB) authorized H-Energy  to build and operate the pipeline.

Regulatory Documents:-

Half Yearly CRZ Clearance Compliance Report (Apr’19 to Sept ’19)
Half Yearly CRZ Clearance Compliance Report (Oct’18 to Mar’19)
CRZ Clearance for Natural Gas Tie- In pipeline from Jaigarh to Dabhol (July 2017)
Proposal for Natural Gas Tie- In pipeline from Jaigarh to Dabhol (July 2017).pdf

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