Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil Make FID on Golden Pass LNG
ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum made a final investment decision to proceed with development of the Golden Pass LNG export project located in Sabine Pass, Texas. Construction will begin in the first quarter of 2019 and the facility is expected to start up in 2024.
The $10-plus-billion liquefaction project will have capacity to produce around 16 mtpa of LNG. It is expected to create about 9,000 jobs over the 5-year construction period and more than 200 permanent jobs during operations.
Golden Pass awarded the engineering, procurement, and construction contracts for the project to a joint venture of Chiyoda International Corp., McDermott International, and Zachry Group. It also executed a 20-year firm transportation agreement with Enable Midstream Partners. Golden Pass has also secured pipeline capacity on NGPL.
Baker Hughes, a GE company, announced yesterday it will supply turbomachinery equipment for three LNG trains, including six gas turbines and 12 centrifugal compressors. BHGE’s technology for three trains will consist of six MS7001 EA heavy-duty gas turbines driving 12 centrifugal compressors. The MS7001 EA is the most-utilized large industrial gas turbine available in the LNG market, with 77 units in operation in 13 countries, the company said in a statement.
Qatar Petroleum holds a 70% interest; ExxonMobil holds 30%.
Twelve Companies Vie To Build Bangladesh’s First Onshore LNG Import Terminal
The country has scrapped plans to build additional FSRUs, and decided instead on land-based LNG as the mainstay of its energy mix
Africa Takes the Lead in Record Year for LNG
Driven by Mozambique’s Area 1 and Area 4 projects, Africa is poised to become the dominant LNG investment destination by the end of this year, with the continent seeing nearly one-third of total greenfield investment.
InfraStrata Considers Deal For UK FSRU Project
The UK-based energy infrastructure development firm has entered an exclusivity agreement with Meridian Holdings for an FSRU project offshore northwest England. The project would include a floating FLNG receiving port.
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