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Sri Lanka LNG long-term outlook 2018

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21 February 2018

Sri Lanka LNG long-term outlook 2018

Report summary

In November 2017, Sri Lanka's government approved plans to construct a 400 MW CCGT plant, the country's first. Additional gas fired power projects should follow. We anticipate an FID on a regas terminal in 2018 or latest 2019 with LNG imports to start in 2021. The power sector will determine the extent of LNG demand and we expect demand to reach 1.5 mmtpa by 2025 growing to 2 mmtpa by 2030.

Table of contents

    • Key considerations in accessing the market for LNG
    • Sri Lanka Power Capacity and Peak Demand
  • Contracts
  • Infrastructure
  • Energy policy and key players

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Gas fired capacity: comparison of CEB Long-Term Generation Expansion Plan vs WM Forecast
  • Infrastructure: Image 1
  • Demand: Image 2
  • Sri Lanka LNG balance

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