“This partnership will open opportunities to work together in developing the small-scale LNG industry in China as well as in the region,” Syahrial said on Tuesday, as quoted by kompas.com.He added that there was also a possibility for the gas company to cooperate with other companies as China had great potential and various business opportunities.Read also: PGN mulls global bonds issuance to fund capital expenditurePNG’s recent move is expected to support its vision of becoming a player in the international LNG market, as global demand for LNG has steadily increased thanks to a hike in energy consumption in recent years.According to PGN’s estimation, China’s potential demand for gas will increase by over 15 percent annually. As such, PGN’s expansion into China is the right move to add to the firm’s portfolio, Syahrial said.The state gas company also aims to run six cargos for the global markets, including one or two cargos to Japan this year. The firm saw potential for up to nine cargos to Myanmar by 2021 and 18 cargos for the Philippines by 2023, Syahrial went on to say.”These programs aim to give benefits [to receiving countries] through our strong capacity for LNG infrastructure,” he said. (mai)Topics : Publicly listed gas company PGN will partner with a Chinese company to bolster its liquefied natural gas (LNG) development in China, the firm’s executive has said.PGN strategy and business development director Syahrial Mukthar said the firm had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Friday last week with engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and manufacturing company WnD (Liaoning) Heavy Industry Co.The Chinese company will provide logistical solutions for the plan over the next year.
Share Sharing is caring! 19 Views no discussions Share Head of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Unit, Julie FramptonDominica is said to be making significant strides in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention.Head of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Unit, Julie Frampton disclosed on Friday, that the country has achieved a 100 percent “success rate” in the prevention of HIV/AIDS among children born from infected mothers.According to Frampton, since the introduction of anti-retroviral medication in 2004, all pregnant women treated have given birth to healthy babies.“This is good news. Records show that over the past years since we introduced the medication on a regular basis, all the infants are negative. We hope we can continue with that,” she said.Frampton also noted that over 95 percent of pregnant women are accepting to do the HIV test during pregnancy.“We want to see 100 percent because HIV testing is voluntary but with education people understand why they have to test,” Frampton said.Dominica Vibes News Tweet HealthLifestyleLocalNews 100 percent success in HIV prevention among children born from infected mothers by: – November 24, 2012 Share
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