INOXCVA wins Caribbean LNG supply deal

INOXCVA wins Caribbean LNG supply deal

India-based cryogenic equipment and solutions provider INOXVA has been awarded a contract for design, engineering, and supply by Caribbean LNG for a mini liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and regasification terminal to be established in Antigua, West Indies.

Implemented on a turnkey basis, the contract will see the terminal providing natural gas for Antigua Power Company (APC)’s on-island 40 MW (megawatt) power plant.

The terminal is anticipated to play a key role as an anchor plant to provide power and energy to islands in the Eastern Caribbean, in addition to acting as a template for future projects.

Commenting on the contract, Vijay Kalaria, Global Head – LNG, INOXCVA, said, “Caribbean LNG’s terminal will be capable of receiving LNG through smaller ships while provisioning for LNG distribution and ship bunkering in the future.”

“Our innovative design and modularised concept will ensure minimum site activity and enable faster implementation of the project.”

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