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  • ACWA Power has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) for a LNG-based power plant and terminal in Bangladesh. As part of the agreement, ACWA Power will target the development of a 3,600 MW gas fired independent power plant (IPP) representing a t...

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  • Covers: Lower Indus ; Cambay ; Bombay - Saurashtra basin ; Assam shelf ; Bangladesh ; Krishna Godavari 

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  • The Bangladesh government, building on large shallow water and onshore gas discoveries, is now eager to move on to its deepwater area.

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  • Bangladeshs cabinet has approved a four-year extension of a law giving the government authority to bypass existing legislation in the energy and power sectors in order to fast track projects. Under this special law, the government has already approved and implemented projects including the award of...

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  • Bangladeshs new government has put the countrys first LNG import terminal on a fast-track development route, according to Hazardous Cargo Bulletin. Petrobangla is planning a 5mn t/y receiving terminal located on Moheshkhali Island, capable of handling LNG carriers of up to 260,000 cm capacity.

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  • IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and Excelerate Energy Bangladesh (Excelerate) have secured debt financing to co-develop the Moheshkhali floating LNG project Bangladeshs first LNG import terminal. The project, which will cost $179.5mn, will expand access to clean energy in Bangladesh. The LN...

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  • Due to bureaucratic wrangling over the siting of an LPG bottling plant, Exxon-Mobil are pulling out of Bangladesh. They have also cancelled investment in Lubricants. Banladesh have also refused to supply India with gas despite pressure from major oil companies.

  • Tullow Oil has abandoned its Reju-1 well in Block 17 offshore Bangladesh after recently extending the drilling depth to 4,450 m from an earlier planned depth of 3,950 m. but still failed to find gas. The company said it remained positive about the prospects for theremainder of its two large Banglade...

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  • IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and Excelerate Energy Bangladesh (Excelerate) have secured debt financing to co-develop the Moheshkhali floating LNG project Bangladeshs first LNG import terminal. The project, which will cost $179.5mn, will expand access to clean energy in Bangladesh. The LN...

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  • Unocal's massive Western Region Integrated Project (WRIP,) which involves the development of the Shahbazpur gas field in Bhola, installation of 150 km of pipeline to the city of Khulna and construction of several gas-fired power plants totalling 350 megawatts, is in danger of being delayed for sever...

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