India's giant offshore addition

Hoegh LNG has completed and signed all documentation for its 10-year charter with H-Energy. Following a binding commitment signed in November 2020, Hoegh LNG has selected the 170,000cm Hoegh Giant to serve as the FSRU at the Jaigarh port in Maharashtra, on India’s west coast. The 4.0m t/y Jaigarh [FSRU], operated by H-Energy is due to be commissioned in March, with imports expected to come from Novatek’s Yamal LNG and Arctic LNG II export plants in the Russian Federation. A planned additional 4.0m t/y land-based project in Phase II. This will be India’s seventh LNG import terminal, but its first offshore, with the Swan Energy-operated, 5.0m t/y Jafrabad LNG Port [FSRU] in Gujarat under con

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