PV GAS welcomes and works with Korea Gas Corporation
On April 7, at PV GAS tower, the delegation of Korea Gas Corporation (KoGas) led by Mr. Kiho Moon - its Deputy General Director visited and worked with Petrovietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation (PV GAS).
The meeting was attended by PV GAS representaives including Mr. Nguyen Thanh Binh - Deputy General Director; Mrs. Le Thi Phuong Hanh - Head of Gas Contracts Department; Mr. Nguyen Phuc Tue - Director of PV GAS LNG and officials of relevant departments/units at PV GAS.
KoGas was established by the South Korean Government in 1983. Since its establishment, it has grown to become the world's largest LNG importer and a unique LNG supplier in South Korea. Currently, KoGas is operating and exploiting 4 processing plants for gas from LNG and the gas distribution pipeline network with a total length of 4,990 km to supply gas to consumers. Recently, KoGas has established a representative office in Hanoi with the main business focusing on market research, and promoting business as well as investment opportunities in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG) production and wholesale in Vietnam.
KoGas's visit and work at PV GAS aimed at introducing and seeking cooperative opportunities between them. The two sides exchanged and discussed an overview of the possibility for the cooperation in gas and LNG-related services, including: Application of smart cold chain in storage and distribution of agricultural - aquatic - seafood products in regions, data centers, cold storage...
At the end of the meeting, both PV GAS and KoGas agreed to further promote their cooperation to match the potential and needs of each partner. On behalf of the Management Board at PV GAS, Deputy General Director Nguyen Thanh Binh once again welcomed KoGas - one of the potential partners in the world gas industry, which visited and worked with PV GAS, and expressed his belief that the two partners would create good opportunities for co-operation, affirming it to always try to support and create the best conditions for KoGas to develop the co-operative relationship in Vietnam.