TGES Wins Taiwan Terminal FEED Work

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 31, 2019



Tokyo Gas Engineering Solutions (TGES) has been awarded a deal by Taiwan's CPC Corporation (CPC) to conduct the front end engineering design (FEED) for an expansion project of its LNG receiving terminal at Yung An.

According to a statement, TGES will carry out the FEED work this year. TGES claims gas demand in Taiwan is expected to increase quickly in coming years as gas fired power plants are being encouraged due to environmental concerns.

Natural gas demand in Taiwan is expected to grow rapidly in coming years as promotes natural-gas fired power plants due to environmental concerns. Such movements have supported this CPC’s expansion of its largest LNG receiving terminal in ROC.

The Yung-An LNG receiving terminal has been in operation since 1990 and has been expanded twice in the past.

The relationship between TGES and CPC started in 1979 when Tokyo Gas Engineering Co., a company merged to become TGES in 2015, supported CPC for its first plan to introduce LNG to ROC. Since then, TGES has been providing different types of engineering services to CPC, including technical consultancy for CPC’s in-ground tanks in Yung An LNG receiving terminal during the past 40 years.

The award of this Yung-An expansion project underscores the high engineering capabilities that TGES has built in different LNG projects in and outside of Japan as well as the sound relationship with CPC.

TGES’s track records are various and widely spread globally as for providing engineering, consultancies and constructing LNG terminals in Thailand, South Korea, Philippine, ROC, Indonesia, UAE, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China Vietnam, etc.

TGES as a member of Tokyo Gas Group, strives to expand our overseas business to achieve the group’s targets in “GPS2020” The Tokyo Gas Group FY2018-2020 management plan.

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