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Bechtel in APLNG first cargo

By  AOG Staff Wednesday, 20 January 2016 09:47
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All three projects on Curtis Island are now operational with Australia Pacific LNG exporting its first cargo on 9 January using the LNG vessel, the Methane Spirit.

Four of the six LNG trains to be constructed by Bechtel on Curtis Island in Queensland, Australia are now producing LNG with the remaining two trains expected to come online in 2016.

At full capacity APLNG will have a capacity of 9 MTPA of LNG, with approximately 8.6 MTPA committed under long term contracts with Sinopec in China and Kansai in Japan. Natural gas produced from the CSG reserves in Surat and Bowen basins is piped 530km to its LNG facility on Curtis Island where it is converted to LNG for export.

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