Vietnam approves new US$2.3 billion LNG project

HANOI, Oct 9 (Reuters): The Vietnam government has approved a US$2.3 billion liquefied natural gas power plant due to be co-developed by Vietnamese and South Korean companies and to start commercial operations in 2026-27.

The plant, which is based in the central province of Quang Tri, will have an initial capacity of 1,500 MW, the government said in a statement.

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