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LNG Imports Could Lower Jamaican Oil Costs by $300 Million Annually

The CFO for Jamaica Public Service Company told The Gleaner that using LNG to fuel the company’s proposed 360-megawatt power project could lower the country’s oil import costs by $300 million per year. The power plant is scheduled to come online by 2015.
February 9, 2012

The CFO for Jamaica Public Service Company told The Gleaner that using LNG to fuel the company’s proposed 360-megawatt power project could lower the country’s oil import costs by $300 million per year. The power plant is scheduled to come online by 2015.

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