Cayman Islands firm to build Lamu gas plant

What you need to know:

  • Midway Resources International and local partner set to carry out feasibility study
  • The project is anticipated to produce between 50 and 200 MW of electricity in the first phase, which could be scaled up to 1,200 MW
  • Amu Power, a consortium comprising Centum Investment Company, also plans to build a coal-powered 1,050 MW plant in Lamu.

Cayman Islands-registered oil firm Midway Resources International (MRI) is set to set up a gas-fired power plant in Lamu building on the county’s rising profile as an emerging electricity production hub.

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