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Black & Veatch delivers feasibility study of AET LNG project (Colombia)

Black & Veatch has completed a feasibility study for the Andes Energy Terminal (AET) LNG regasification terminal and power plant, located near the port city of Buenaventura on Colombia’s Pacific coast. The study assessed site suitability, project design requirements, capital and operating costs, financial viability, financing options, climate resilience, and implementation and construction plans. The AET project comprises an LNG import terminal, a land-based regasification plant, an LNG truck loading terminal, a power plant, and associated gas and electrical transmission infrastructure. 

The AET project is being developed by the Colombian energy planning agency UPME with the aim of avoiding the risk of a gas shortage forecasted in the coming years, particularly in the south-west of the country. The project’s Phase I includes a 270 MW SCGT to be upgraded to a 400 MW CCGT in Phase II.

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