Dhamra LNG terminal commences with gas send-out into GAIL’s network

Dhamra LNG terminal in India has started with gas send-out into GAIL’s (India’s natural gas company) network, marking the commencement of continuous operations from the terminal.

Courtesy of Adani Total Private Limited

Adani Total Private Limited (ATPL), a 50:50 joint venture between Adani and TotalEnergies, said the send-out commenced on 18 April, adding that terminal performance tests will be concluded in the next couple of weeks, with commercial operations soon thereafter.

“Proud of the world-class team at Dhamra which works as one despite coming from a diverse range of backgrounds,” the company praised the team working on the project in its social media announcement.

Upon completion, Dhamra will be India’s seventh LNG import and regasification terminal and the first on the eastern seaboard.

According to ATPL, it can accommodate LNG vessels ranging from 40,000 m3 to 265,000 m3 capacity, can reload LNG, and offers truck loading facilities.

To remind, earlier in April, LNG vessel Milaha Ras Laffan, supplied by TotalEnergies and Qatargas, safely berthed at Dhamra LNG, marking the commencement of the terminal’s commissioning.

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