, Philippines

First Gen awards LNG cargo contract to Trafigura

This came following to completion of an international tender.

First Gen Corporation (FGEN) has awarded a contract to Trafigura Pte Ltd to supply one liquified natural gas cargo of around 154,500 cubic metres on a delivered ex ship basis to its subsidiary First Gen Singapore from 25 November to 25 December.

In a disclosure, the company said Trafigura will unload the LNG into the storage BW Batangas floating storage regasification unit moored at the First Gen Clean Energy Complex in Batangas City.

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The supply will be used by the company’s existing gas-fired power plants in the same complex.

First Gen has four gas-fired power plants with a total capacity of 2,071 megawatts. It uses gas generated from the domestic Malampaya field.

The company’s LNG arm built its Interim Offshore LNG Terminal Project and entered a five-year Time Charter Party for BW Batangas to provide storage and regasification services.


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