posted on 23/07/2012: 1051 views
The arrival of the first units of plant from Korea to implement the project to increase Abu Dhabi's natural gas supply will enhance the strong relations between UAE and S. Korea, said Fahim Kazim, the chief executive of Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc).
The US$11 billion (Dh40.4bn) project named the Integrated Gas Development in Abu Dhabi aims to give the emirate added fuel for power generation and oil production.
Kazim said that the delivery of the plant units by the Hyundai Heavy Industries also will open new horizons of relations between ADGAS and HHI.
Speaking to a group of journalists who visited the Das Island where the units are being installed, Kazim anticipated that the project will be operational by 2013 with concerted efforts from all stakeholders. He said that the fourth the final instalment of the units will arrive before the end of the current month. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
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