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Centre issues guidelines to set up LNG FSRU at major port trusts

Tuesday, 12 Mar 2019
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The Union Ministry of Shipping has issued guidelines for setting up floating storage regasification units (FSRUs) for handling liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo at major port trusts.

The government will follow land license model under a single stage e-tendering for implementing FSRUs with private funds wherein the bid reserve price will be the water area charges set as per the land policy prevailing at a particular port.

The entity quoting the highest premium above the reserve price to be paid to the port will win the contract, typically for 30 years.The total licence rental for the licence period is to be paid upfront. The FSRU project will not be bound by any minimum guaranteed throughout (MGT) till five years after commercial operations date (CoD). Thereafter, 30 percent of the project capacity will be prescribed as MGT.

The scope of an FSRU project includes discharge of LNG, its re-gasification, storage for the required period and supply/transportation through pipeline/smaller vessels/bunkering vessels/trucks to the importer.

The FSRU operator will also be allowed to handle own LNG – it can buy LNG, handle it and sell at market-determined rates. The operator will have to pay port dues, berth hire, pilotage and wharfage to the port trust at prevalent scale of rates as is currently followed in the case of single point mooring (SPM) or single buoy mooring (SBM). For transporting LNG through barges, vessel-related charges pertaining to barges have to be paid to the port trust.

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