India expects to build three more liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals on its east coast as the country tries to increase consumption of the cleaner-burning fuel. The three new terminals will be located at Ennore, Kakinada and Dhamra ports on the east coast. A senior oil ministry official, A.P. Sawhney said this while he was speaking at the Petrotech energy conference in New Delhi. The country was looking at reviving stranded gas-based power generation capacity.