Bangladesh signs agreement with Reliance Power of India to set up the gas-based plant in Meghnahat

Bangladesh signs agreement with Reliance Power of India to set up the gas-based plant in Meghnahat

Government of Bangladesh signed an agreement with Reliance Power of India. Reliance Power has signed a partnership agreement with Japanese energy major Japan’s Energy For a New Era (JERA). Reliance Power will hold 51 per cent stake, while JERA will hold 49 per cent stake in the joint venture company. They will jointly set up 750 Mega Watt gas-based combined cycle power project at Meghnaghat near Dhaka, Bangladesh. The construction of the plant will be completed by 2022.

A Memorandum of Understanding has also been signed with Petro Bangla to set up 500 Million standard cubic feet per day LNG terminal at Kutubdia Island near Chittagong in Bangladesh.


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