27 February 2013

 Singapore to explore second LNG terminal

Singapore will look into the feasibility of building a second liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal which could double its storage capacity for the fuel. Last week, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) called for proposals for a six-month feasibility study to look into a large LNG terminal as well as a smaller, satellite version. The project is expected to start by next March and will include studying potential sites identified by the authority, as well as the terminals' economic viability.

(The Straits Times, 03 Dec 12)