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South East Asia gas, coal and power month in brief: August 2015

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28 August 2015

South East Asia gas, coal and power month in brief: August 2015

Report summary

In our August monthly update of the gas, coal and power markets in South East Asia, we highlight a new number of deals signed by PERTAMINA and PTT to secured LNG from the IOCs. We also look at the development of Indonesia's small scale LNG project and the reason for the low utilisation in PGN's Lampung FSRU. Other key events taking place this month include a proposed terminal in Myanmar, gas projects starting up in Vietnam and the expiry of Shell and Mitsubishi's interest in MLNG Dua.

Table of contents

  • Regional players actively engaged in LNG contracting
  • Indonesia's PLN moves to develop 2 GW of small distributed power capacity
  • Lampung FSRU continues to lie idle
  • Chinese market volatility creates ripples in the region
  • Other highlights in August

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  • Contracted LNG into Indonesia
  • Contracted LNG into Thailand
  • Price of delivered gas into Indonesia at US$45/bbl

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