EWI – Hambantota Port LNG Hub – Sri Lanka - Project Profile
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Energy World International Limited (EWI) is planning to build a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) hub at Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka.
The project involves construction of a LNG hub on 80,000m2 of land. The project will be developed in phases and will includes construction of a LNG terminal and power plant.
The LNG terminal will export to the region and supply compressed natural gas (CNG) for transport vehicles and ships.
It also includes construction of 1,200MW of power plant, subject to state-run Ceylon Electricity Board agreeing to buy power.
In August 2013, EWI secured preliminary approvals from Sri Lankan Cabinet Appointed Negotiating Committee (CANC) for lease of land to establish an LNG Hub.
Project is facing delay due to legal issues.
The project involves construction of a LNG hub on 80,000m2 of land at Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka.
The US$1,350 million project includes the following: