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Summary Information

  • Ownership: PTT LNG
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  • Location: Map Ta Phut Thailand
  • Capacity: 5.0 million tons/annum
  • Status: In operation

Brief Description

  • A large single train LNG gasification terminal

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: 160,000 m3 x 2
  • Unloading capacity: LNG vessels size with 125,000 to 264,000 cubic meters capacity
  • Send out capacity: 700 mmscfd
  • Constructor:
    • Fluor: Project Management and Consultant role
    • GS/Kogas/HYC/DEC: Integrated engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services of a re-gasification and send-out system, a marine jetty with complete ship unloading facilities and two large full containment LNG storage tanks.
    • Freyssinet: Pre-stressing for LNG tanks

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • Project was completed in 2011
  • PTT is planning to double the capacity of the terminal

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers:
    • PTT has signed a deal to buy 1 million tonnes of LNG a year from Qatar from late 2011
    • PTT also plans to buy LNG in spot markets in 2011-2014 if market conditions are favourable
  • Customers: The area has petrochemical, refinery, steel and fertiliser industries


  • 2006 - Fluor awarded Project Management and Consultant role
  • 2008 - Consortium of GS/Kogas/HYC/DEC awarded construction contract
  • 2011 - The terminal receives its first cargo
  • 2011 - Terminal opening
  • 2012 - PTT – Qatargas sign 20-year LNG supply agreement

Other Information

  • This construction of LNG receiving terminal in Thailand is the first overseas LNG terminal project as Korean E&C companies.

Relevant Links

  1. Freyssinet LNG Tank References
  2. 540 USD mil Overseas LNG Terminal Plant Award
  3. Thailand LNG Project Development and Outlook
  4. GS E&C-Led Team wins the first LNG Re-gasification Terminal Contract in Thailand
  5. Thailand's first LNG terminal to operate from July-PTT
  7. Thailand Minister of Energy inaugurates sixth gas separation plant and LNG terminal
  8. $400m LNG expansion
  9. PTT – Qatargas sign 20-year LNG supply agreement for energy reserve, greater national energy security with a supply start-up planned for early 2015

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