TGES was awarded the contract of PMC Services for Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal in Thailand

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9th, January, 2018

Tokyo Gas Engineering Solutions Corporation (“TGES”, President: Mr. Shinichi TAKAGI, a 100% owned subsidiary of Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. (“TG”) ) was awarded the contract of Project Management Consultancy Services (“PMC Services”) for Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal (7.5 MMTPA) in Thailand from PTT LNG Company Limited (“PTTLNG”). This is the second LNG receiving terminal project for both Thailand and PTTLNG.

It is also the second time that Japanese engineering company is awarded the contract of PMC Services for the LNG receiving terminal project in Thailand, following the PMC Services for Map Ta Phut LNG Receiving Terminal expansion project - Phase II, which TGES (The company name was Tokyo Gas Engineering Co., Ltd. at that time) was awarded by PTTLNG in 2014.

PTT Public Company Limited (“PTT”), who is the parent company of PTTLNG, is planning to increase LNG receiving capacity to 19 MMTPA in 2023 from 10 MMTPA at present, and the construction of Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal forms a part of the plan to cope with the rapid growth of gas demand.

TGES received the order of Services for Site Selection and Initial Technical Study from PTT, and after that, also received the order of Services for Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and EPC Contractor Selection from PTTLNG. TGES’s competitive technology and know-how accumulated through the construction and operation of LNG Receiving Terminals (*) has been admitted by PTTLNG through Services mentioned above and also the PMC Services for Map Ta Phut LNG Receiving Terminal.

Consequently, TGES could participate in an international bidding for Nong Fab PMC services by PTTLNG and through the severe competition and bid evaluation, got this order.

  • Track record of involvement with many Projects in Thailand, Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, U.A.E. India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, Spain, Portugal, etc. including TG’s four (4) LNG Terminals.

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