LNG stands for "Liquefied Natural Gas" and is natural gas converted into liquid form for the ease and safety of transport.Learn More
LNG is an environmentally friendly growth market There are significant environmental benefits of using LNG as a fuel compared to coal or diesel.Learn More
LNG is the first step to clean fuelsLearn More
At Samat safety comes first. Safety procedures are paramount for each link in the chain - from receipt of LNG at our Wharf to the safe delivery, storage and regasification of the LNG for our CustomersLearn More
LNG fits perfectly into an energy mix evolving towards a sustainable balance. Gas is abundant and cleaner than either coal or oil and set to play an important part in the journey to create an economically and environmentally sustainable future.Learn More
At Samat LNG we engender a sense of belonging. We will play our part in the community through local community activities.
Samat will send the LNG from its Mariveles LNG Terminal to customers by road where the LNG will be stored and regasified for use.Learn More
It makes sense to take advantage of the introduction of LNG into the country to power your industrial business with cleaner and cheaper fuel and lower operating costs.Learn More
The main bus and truck manufacturers now offer LNG powered fleet solutions providing a much quieter and cheaper fuel with immediate and lasting benefits of a cleaner environment for the transport systemLearn More
Samat will supply LNG beyond Luzon to the different islands across the Philippines archepelago as fuel for power generation and transportation. Let us know your needs and we can readily assess the feasibility and timing. You may be pleasantly surprised.Learn More
Samat' will build and operate its main LNG storage terminal hub in AFAB, Mariveles, in Luzon, Philippines conveniently situated north of Manila.Learn More
Chairperson and Director
Director of GoLNG Asia Pte Ltd and based in Singapore
With international oil and gas engineering experience now based in Manila
It is critical for Samat to provide its customers with security of supply of LNG.
LNG is stored at -160deg C requires specialist ships, storage tanks, piping and trucks together with sophisticated regasification equipment.