Two import LNG terminal projects are planned in Ghana as the country expects to start importing LNG in early 2017.
Acting chief executive of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation Alex Mould says that it is in the market for between 250 million and 500 million standard cubic feet of gas per day, which will contribute towards power generation for the country.
Norwegian shipping company Golar LNG has supplied a floating terminal to the Atlantic coast port of Tema.
According to the Maritime Executive, Mould says that officials would be viewing the FRSU in September with plans in place to help ensure ship-to-ship LNG transfers.
Quantum Pacific’s Ghanaian subsidiary plans to install a second terminal at Tema.