CEB union backs LNG for power, but warns of pitfalls in unsolicited contracts -CT

“The Ceylon Electricity Board Engineers’ Union (CEBEU) has urged the Government to draw up a strategic plan to use liquefied natural gas (LNG) in meeting the country’s energy demand instead of adopting ad hoc measures from time to time.

In a letter to the President, the Prime Minister, Ministers and MPs, the union says that it is “high time” to choose LNG as a source of energy in the electricity general mix of the country. They point out that the CEB’s Least Cost Long-Term Generation Expansion Plan 2018-2037 calls for LNG power plants with a total capacity of 1,500 megawatts to be added to the system.”

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