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Terminal for bunkering of liquefied natural gas in South Korea will be built two years late

In the port of Thonen, the LNG terminal will be built by the year 2019.

Terminal for bunkering of liquefied natural gas in South Korea will be built two years late
Korean gas company Kogas will build a new LNG terminal in the port of Thongen in the province of Gyeongsang in the southeast of the state.

Kogas reports that the project will be implemented within the framework of the South Korean government program aimed at stimulating demand for vessels operating on liquefied natural gas. It is reported that the terminal will be built by 2019 year, however, it was planned to build it by next year.

Investments in the project are estimated at about 9 million dollars. In total, South Korea plans to build four terminals for LNG bunkering in the country's main ports.

Subsequently, similar LNG terminals will be built at the ports of Poren, Gwangyang and Inchon.