Energy World Corporation (ASX: EWC) is progressing its liquefied natural gas projects in Indonesia and the Philippines.
The company has erected the first cold box at its Sengkang LNG site development in Keera, South Sulawesi, and is preparing to lift the second into place.
Other significant infrastructure including the LNG gas processing equipment and LNG tank are are also on site for installation.
The 2 million tonne per annum Sengkang LNG project consists of 4 modular LNG trains that will use gas from the Sengkang contract area as feedstock.
Meanwhile, EWC has completed the base slab for the 130,000 cubic metre LNG tank at its Pagbilao LNG receiving terminal and its associated 600 megawatt combined cycle power station.
The Pagbilao Hub Terminal will be the first LNG receiving terminal in the Philippines.
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