THE SRI Lanka government is considering proposals to set up a series of power plants fuelled by natural gas, with companies from Australia, the Middle East and Malaysia are among those making proposals to Columbo. Ministers have highlighted plans for an Australian company to install three 350MW natural gas power plants over nine years.

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