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$1.4b pipeline planned to boost imported LNG supply in Bangladesh

As the country is set to import more LNG in the future amid depleting local gas production, the government has planned to build a new gas pipeline for $1.4 billion to channel the additional imports to the hungry national grid.

The proposed 295km Maheshkhali/Matarbari-Bakhrabad pipeline will be built by 2029 and will supply an additional 1,800mmscfd (million standard cubic feet per day) LNG to feed gas-based power plants, fertiliser plants, and industrial and commercial units, according to the Gas Transmission Company Limited (GTCL).

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