PTT will increase the reception capacity of its liquefied-petroleum-gas depot in Chon Buri at a cost of Bt2.3b if its sixth gas-separation plant cannot commence commercial operations within six months. However, executive vice president Nattachart Jaruchinda said if the sixth plant could begin commercial operations sooner, the company would use a floating terminal in the meantime, costing Bt1m a day, to accommodate more LPG imports. (The Nation)
PTT’s Bt2.3b plan to overcome delays
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