Belgium-based Exmar wins gas contract in Colombia
Exmar, the Belgian firm which was the main player in the consortium initially selected to roll out Jamaica's liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, has secured a contract to build and operate a similar system in the region.
Pacific Stratus Energy (PSE) Colombia has contracted Exmar to build, operate, and maintain a floating liquefaction regasification and storage unit for the Colombian Caribbean coast.
According to Exmar, this will be the world's first such unit, with a storage capacity of 14,000 cubic meters of LNG.
Source: Jamaica Gleaner