Washington, DC. On May 11, 2022, The United States Trade and Development Agency (“USTDA”) has awarded a grant to DOE Americas LLC via its affiliate, Mekong Clean Energy Infrastructure Co., Ltd. (“MCEI”), in Vietnam.
The floating LNG receiving, storage and regasification terminal of the 3200 MW Bac Lieu LNG-to-Power Project (“the Project”) led by Delta Offshore Energy (“DOE”) has been added into the overall master plan on Vietnam’s seaport system development in the 2021 – 2030 period, with a vision toward 2050, under Decision 1579/QĐ-TTg dated September 22, 2021 of Vietnam’s Prime Minister.
According to Stena Power & LNG Solutions, a member of Delta Offshore Energy (“DOE”)’s world-class consortium partners, model testing of the LNG receiving terminal technology for the 3200 MW Bac Lieu LNG-to-Power Project (“the Project”) in Vietnam has been successfully tested.
Delta Offshore Energy (“DOE”) and its world-class consortium partners in the 3200 MW Bac Lieu LNG-to-Power Project (“the Project”) have had an in-person meeting with H.E. Mr. Nguyen Xuan Phuc, State President of Vietnam in New York, US to update the Project progress and call for the President’s continued advocacy to soon complete the preparation phase.
Delta Offshore Energy will be attending the Gastech Virtual Summit on September 7 to the 11th on a virtual platform. This event will include strategic and technical content streamed online, enabling the Gas, LNG, and Energy industry to connect and engage digitally to address the industry’s collective challenges and opportunities.
“Despite the difficulties due to the recent COVID-19 wave and country lockdowns, we are encouraged that the government continues to drive its dual-policy goal of fighting the pandemic and prioritizing economic growth,” says Ian Nguyen, Co-Founder and Managing Director of DOE.