Thursday, 09 November 2017

LNG-fuelled power projects enhance flexibility of Indonesia’s energy mix

Oversupply of LNG throughout Asia is boosting spot trade – a trend that has been strengthening the case for smaller and more distributed LNG receiving terminals for combined-cycle gas generation. Such projects, according Jim Schnieders, Black & Veatch’s Country Manager Indonesia, give operators “greater flexibility to manage peak and off-peak grid demands while advances in technology also allow a scale up for baseload generation.”

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