The phase III expansion of the Dahej Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal, capitalizes on the success of Dahej s successful first- and second-phase expansions partly financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and aims to address the significant unmet demand for natural gas in India. Natural gas is increasingly becoming a priority choice for cleaner fuel in India but domestic production is insufficient to meet growing demand. This unmet demand is being made up by imported LNG but there is a limited number of LNG terminals in India. Petronet, as the market leader, is ideally placed to lead this much needed LNG expansion. The project will expand the capacity of the existing Dahej Terminal from 10 MMTPA to 15 MMTPA and involves the construction and operation, on a build-operate-transfer basis, of 2 storage tanks, regasification facilities and installation of associated utilities and facilities.
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