TAP Resources LNG plant on-stream in 2006

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  • Thursday, 21 Jul 2005

SECOND board-listed TAP Resources Bhd expects its RM200mil liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park, Sabah to come on-stream in December next year, said executive chairman Datuk Abdul Razak Abdul. 

“The plant is targeted to produce about 300 tonnes of LNG per day in the first phase. We plan to increase plant capacity to 1,000 tonnes per day in 2007,” he said in a telephone interview yesterday. 

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