TAIWAN GETS INITIAL LNG SHIPMENT

Taiwan's state owned Chinese Petroleum Corp. (CPC) has started up the long-delayed $1.26 billion Yung-an liquefied natural gas terminal. The first tanker carrying Indonesian LNG arrived Mar. 26 at the terminal on the island's southwest coast. Until now, Taiwan has not imported LNG. The country plans to convert several oil or coal fired power plants to burn gas because of environmental concerns (OGJ, May 1, 1989, p. 27). Under an agreement signed in 1987, Indonesia will supply 1.5

Apr 9th, 1990
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