As local natural gas continues to sustainably power the Philippines, Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Alfonso Cusi recently visited the Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power platform off the shores of Palawan. Operated by an all-Filipino crew, the world-class Malampaya platform delivers high pressure, cleaner-burning natural gas from the deep waters of the West Philippine Sea through a 504-kilometer subsea pipeline to supply power plants in batangas that generate 3200MW of electricity or the equivalent of powering 4 out of 10 lightbulbs in Luzon.
World-Class Operations at the Malampaya Offshore Platform
Aug 29, 2019
Shell Philippines Exploration BV operates the Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power project on behalf of the SC38 consortium.
Photo shot during the visit shows (from left): Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. (SPEX) Offshore Installation Manager Bonifacio Lapuz, SPEX General Manager Don Paulino, SPEX Senior Asset Commercial Advisor Charisse Choa, Sec. Cusi, USec. Donato Marcos, and SPEX External Relations Manager for Upstream Paulo Gavino. Shell Philippines Exploration BV operates the Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power project on behalf of the SC38 consortium.
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