MOEE – Kanbauk LNG-fired Power Plant 1230 MW – Tanintharyi - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MoEE), plans to construct a 1,230MW LNG fired power plant in Tanintharyi, Myanmar.
The project involves the construction of a 1,230MW (410MWx3) LNG power plant. It includes the construction of an LNG receiving terminal, floating storage regasification unit (FSRU), a powerhouse, a substation and storage tanks, the laying of 450km transmission lines and pipe lines, and the installation of generators, transformers, safety and security systems.
The project will be implemented in two phases, with a capacity of 615MW each.
In September 2016, MoEE invited expressions of interest (EoI) for the project development. A tender was expected in 2017. However, MoEE opted to negotiate directly with some of the companies that responded to the EOI call.
MoEE has appointed Total and Siemens as project developers and issued a notice to proceed (NoP) on January 30, 2018. With the NoP, Total and Siemens received permission to proceed with preliminary tasks on the project such as business plans, initial surveys, initial designs and engineering works.
Construction work on the first phase is expected to take 36 months to complete and the entire project is expected to take 48 months to complete.
The project involves the construction of a 1,230MW Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) power plant in Kanbauk, Tanintharyi, Myanmar.
The US$2,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an LNG receiving terminal
2. Construction of a re-gasification unit
3. Construction of a power house
4. Construction of a substation
5. Construction of storage tanks
5. Laying of gas pipelines
6. Laying of 450km transmission lines
7. Installation of transformers
8. Installation of generators
9. Installation of safety and security systems
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