Pyeongtaek LNG Terminal
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Kogas
  • Website: http://www.kogas.or.kr/
  • Location: Pyeongtaek, an industrial city one hour south of Seoul
  • Capacity: million tons/annum
  • Status: In Operation

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity:
    • 14 tanks with capacity of 1,560 KL
    • Tanks 11 - 14 with 140,000 m³ (2004)
    • Tanks 19 + 20 with 200,000 m³ (2008)
    • Tank 23 with 200,000 m³ (2009)
  • Unloading capacity:
  • Send out capacity: 3,676 tons/hour
  • Constructor:
    • Daelim: Construction, expansion project
    • DYWIDAG: Full containment tanks, Prestressing
    • Freyssinet: Pre-stressing for LNG tanks
    • Tractebel: Turnkey Contracting for 1x60 tph boil-off recovery unit

History

  • 1986 - Terminal operations began
  • 2004 - Terminal Expanded
  • 2008 - Terminal expanded

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • -

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers:
  • Customers: The 833-megawatt Oseong Combined-Cycle power plant currently under construction, will be major customer

Other Information

  • Pyeongtaek is South Korea’s first LNG import terminal
  • The terminal has been expanded significantly since it first opened

Relevant Links

  1. Daelim LNG References
  2. DYWIDAG LNG Tank References
  3. Freyssinet LNG Tank References
  4. Tractebel Engineering LNG References
  5. Saipem LNG References
  6. BASIC DESIGN OF PYEONGTAEK LNG RECEIVING TERMINAL-II OF KOREA GAS CORPORATION
  7. Prospect of Korean Natural Gas Market
  8. Kogas Investor Presentation 2010
  9. DYWIDAG Reference Sheet LNG Tanks Pyeongtaek
  10. Korea’s Largest Heat And Power Plant To Feature GE Technology

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