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(From Asia Pulse)
MUMBAI, Feb 3 Asia Pulse - The Centre on Monday said it is looking at the possibility to build the country's fourth liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal to receive gas from Myanmar.
"We are examining the possibility of building the fourth LNG terminal in the country to bring in gas from Myanmar which would depend on the quantum of gas available from that gasfield," Federal Petroleum Secretary B K Chaturvedi said.
The government is also examining the possibility of bringing the gas through pipelines via Myanmar and northern states, he said.