Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand
Gulf of Thailand

EGAT Floating Storage Regasification Unit

Fluor is providing consultancy services for the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) for the planned floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) and its associated facilities in the upper Gulf of Thailand.

The scope includes reviewing the feasibility study and performing the front-end engineering and design (FEED) of the FSRU, jetty and onshore and offshore pipelines with facilities. Fluor is also providing the business model for the project, the capital expenditure/operating expenditure and business recommendation, the bidding terms of reference and the input data for the environmental im​pact assessment to the community.

Client's Challenge

​EGAT is a state-owned enterprise and one of the largest power producers in Thailand. In order to meet the country's increasing natural gas demand for electricity, EGAT is planning to build a 5 MTPA offshore LNG terminal, floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), ​to supply the natural gas to EGAT's current and future gas power plants by the year 2024.

Located 20 kilometers off the coast of Thailand, the FSRU will enable LNG to be received from cargo ships and transferred as natural gas through pipelines and to power plants 38 kilometers from the coast, passing through commercial and residential areas of Bangkok, Thailand's busiest district.

Fluor's Solution

​Fluor is performing the FEED for the FSRU, marine berth and onshore and offshore pipeline connections. Fluor is also providing consultancy services for the project, including business model and recommendation, the construction and operation costs for the project's life span, the terms of reference for bidding and support data for the environmental impact assessment project approval.​​​​


​The FEED is expected to be completed in 2019.​​​