AP government gives nod to LNG Terminal at Gangavaram Port

PTI
Published Jul 29, 2014, 8:56 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 4:00 pm IST
The Gangavaram Port Ltd will submit to the government the Detailed Project Report
The Gangavaram Port Ltd will submit to the government the Detailed Project Report. (Picture used for representation purpose.)
 The Gangavaram Port Ltd will submit to the government the Detailed Project Report. (Picture used for representation purpose.)

Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh government has given its nod for setting up the LNG Terminal by Petronet LNG Ltd at Gangavaram Port on the East Coast near Visakhapatnam.

However, it has refused Gangavaram Port's proposal to collect the water front charges at the rate of Rs 103.68 per metric tonne of LNG cargo handled from Petronet.

 

Petronet is a Joint Venture set up by GAIL (India) Ltd ONGC, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd to import LNG and set up LNG terminals in the country with an authorised capital is Rs 1,200 crore (USD 240 million).

Gangavaram Port Ltd along with PLL has proposed to construct and operate a 5 MMTPA LNG Terminal with a provision to expand further to 10 MMTPA.

The JV company will have equity contributions from PLL (76 per cent) Gangavaram Port Ltd (8 per cent) and other parties such as prospective LNG suppliers/buyers or any strategic investor.

 

PLL will be the majority share holder and will have complete management control over the JV Company.

According to a government order issued yesterday, the Gangavaram Port Ltd will submit to the government the Detailed Project Report that was submitted to the lenders for achieving Financial Closure and ensure financial sustainability of the project.

"Government after detailed examination of the proposal in consultation with Law and Finance Departments and keeping in view the recommendations of the Empowered Group of Ministers, hereby accord approval to M/s Gangavaram Port Limited, Visakhapatnam District for establishing LNG Terminal at Gangavaram Port," the order said. 

 

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