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Delta goes private with Vietnamese LNG project

The firm’s LNG-to-power development will be the first in Vietnam to be fully privately owned

Delta Offshore Energy is developing Vietnam's first fully privately owned LNG-to-power project at Bac Lieu in the Mekong Delta. Managing Director Ian Nguyen talks to Petroleum Economist about his company's plans and the LNG sector’s future in Vietnam. Can you give an update on the progress and expected completion dates for the Bac Lieu LNG terminal and power plant? Nguyen: We are finalising the feasibility study appraisal with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Vietnam’s Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority. Contractors Bechtel, Stena and McDermott will conduct Feed.  And we have engaged state utility EVN and its Electricity Power Trading Company subsidiary regarding the power-



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