Two liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects are on track to go online next which the Department of Energy (DOE) said will help stabilize power supply, specifically in Luzon where there has been supply shortfall in recent years.
Citing a report by its Oil Industry Management Bureau, the DOE said the integrated LNG import terminal of Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific International Holdings (AG&P) and Linseed Field Power Corp. would be commissioned in March 2023 and start commercial operation the following month.
Similarly, First Gen Corp. has set the commissioning of its LNG facility in March next year and the commercial run three months later or in June.
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