Colombia’s UPME Extends Investor Selection Deadline For LNG Terminal

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The presentation of bid envelopes for the project, to be domiciled in Buenaventura on Colombia’s Pacific Coast, will take place on 21 October 2021, the UPME said 11 June in a third addendum posted to its website. The original date for the bid process was 21 July, according a second addendum.

The investor selection process is seeking an investor to provide services for LNG storage, regasification, and transport of natural gas as well as gas import infrastructure associated with the proposed Pacific Coast terminal.

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