Petronas lets contract for Malaysian LNG terminal

By OGJ editors

Petronas unit Petronas Gas Bhd. let a front-end engineering and design services contract for an LNG regasification terminal in Malaysia to Fluor Corp. The terminal will supply gas to an adjacent 300-Mw, combined-cycle electric power plant in the town of Lahad Datu, Sabah. The contract’s value was undisclosed.

Fluor said it will be using local subcontractors and suppliers for various facets of the project.

The engineering firm was previously part of a joint venture that provided Petronas with preliminary engineering services for an LNG liquefaction plant at the existing facility in Bintulu, Malaysia.

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