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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • Hazira LNG Terminal is designed as a 5 million ton import terminal
  • It is a merchant terminal, depending on short term contracts rather than long term agreements, making its sourcing more flexible

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: Two cryogenic tanks each with a net capacity of 160,000 m3 each
  • Unloading capacity:
  • Send out capacity:
  • Constructor:
    • Designed by Shell Global Solutions (SGSI)
    • Managing Contractors – SN Technigaz/Bouygues Offshore Technimont ICB (French – Italian Consortium)
    • Tanks – Punj Lloyd Limited
    • Causeway and spurs – Larsen &Toubro Jetty -
    • Afcons Civil Building – Simplex
    • Tractebel Engineering: Executing FEED, EPC ITB & selection of EPC Contractor and Owner's Engineering services for the expansion

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • The project is designed to be expandable to 5 million tons capacity
  • It is currently undergoing expansion which will be completed in 2012
  • In addition, there is potential to expanded to 10 million tons

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers: Suppliers include the North-West Shelf LNG in Australia, and spot cargoes
  • Customers: Connected to the local grid, to serve both industrial and domestic customers.


  • 2005 - Terminal commences operations
  • 2011 - The terminal recieves the first cargo from Qatargas 4

Other Information

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Relevant Links

  1. Information from Shell
  2. Shell venture sells first regasified LNG from Hazira terminal in India
  3. Shell, Total To Expand India LNG Terminal Capacity In 2012
  4. Tractebel Engineering LNG References
  5. Saipem LNG References
  6. Qatargas and Shell send first Qatargas 4 cargo to India

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