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Supplementing a wharf to receive LNG for the first stage of the Ca Na power center, Ninh Thuan Province

 - The Prime Minister (PM) has agreed with the proposal of the Ministry of Transport to supplement in Ca Na port a LNG receiving wharf with a loading capacity of 97,000 tons for the first stage (1500 MW) of LNG power center, which has added by PM in document No 749/TTg-CN dated 23/4/2020.


PM assigned the Ministry of Transport to guide Ninh Thuan Provincial People's Committee (PPC) to implement the next steps in compliance with the clauses of the Vietnam Maritime Code, Government Decree No. 58/2017 / ND-CP dated May 10, 2017, regulated concretely a number of clauses of Vietnam Maritime Code on the maritime operation management. PM also assigned Ministry of Transport to preside over and cooperate with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) to agree with Ninh Thuan PPC on Ca Na port master plan for satisfying the need of every stage and long-term development orientation.

Ninh Thuan PPC must update and adjust the land use planning, construction planning and other relevant planning according to the law; be responsible for continuing to absorb and clarify the opinions of relevant ministries, agencies to ensure investment efficiency, meet requirements on national defense, security, social order and safety and environmental protection.

The LNG Ca Na Power Center project (phase 1) has added to the Power Development Planning (PDP) Vii by PM agreement with a progress schedule of 2025-2026. The following stages would be concretely considered in PDP VIII.

The project includes a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) LNG fired with a capacity of 1500 MW, LNG receiving port with a capacity of 4.8 million tons /year, LNG storage with capacity of 4x1.2 million tons/year including 4 tanks with a capacity of 180,000m3 each.

The project occupies the ground area as: 20 ha for the main plant with 1500 MW CCGT; 3.86 ha for the corridors, pipelines; pump substation, 11.8 ha for power distribution courtyard, 4.5 ha for 500 kV line foundations and 29.5 ha for LNG storage and LNG re-gasified equipment; and the water area as: 25 ha for LNG receiving port, corridor, pipelines; 12 ha for jetty; 5.53 ha for water inlet, pump substation, and cooling waste water pipes.

The project expects to be started at the third quarter of 2021, completed and put into commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2024.


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