Reliance Power to develop $1.3bn LNG power project in Bangladesh

WCN Editorial Team 9 May 2016 ASIA ENERGY & UTILITIES

India-based Reliance Power has secured approval from the government of Bangladesh to develop a $1.3bn liquefied natural gas (LGN) power project.



Reliance Power will construct the first phase of the 750MW LGN plant at Meghnaghat, about 40km southeast of Dhaka, along with a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) terminal at Maheshkhali Island.

The FSRU will supply re-gasified LNG for the power plant and additional RLNG to PetroBangla —Bangladesh Oil & Gas Corporation.

Reliance Power is planning to install world-class equipment, including advanced class 9FA machines supplied by General Electric (GE).

The first phase of the project is expected to be commissioned by 2018-19.

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