Shell QGC enterprise, together with its Joint Venture Partners CNOOC and Tokyo Gas, in the present day introduced the 500th cargo of LNG has sailed from its LNG plant on Curtis Island, Queensland.
The cargo will probably be delivered by Gladstone’s namesake vessel, the Gaslog Gladstone.
Shell’s QGC Vice President East, Tony Nunan stated: “The 500th LNG cargo safely accomplished loading in the present day from our plant on Curtis Island, 5 years for the reason that first cargo set sail.
“It takes dedication and collaboration to soundly and effectively develop, course of and provide fuel to each home and worldwide markets. Everyone concerned needs to be very happy with the work taken to achieve this essential milestone.
“Thanks goes to our Joint Venture Partners CNOOC and Tokyo Gas, who believed within the improvement of a brand new native business by way of a sizeable funding and ongoing assist.”
Zoe Yujnovich, Chairman Shell Australia stated: “Producing 500 cargoes is a big achievement, not only for Shell’s QGC enterprise, however for the Gladstone neighborhood and our contractors and suppliers who work alongside us to soundly ship cleaner power.
“This milestone reveals our dedication to be right here for the long-term as a protected and dependable provider of pure fuel.”
The Shell-operated QGC enterprise, positioned in Queensland, Australia, is considered one of Australia’s main pure fuel producers, targeted on growing Queensland’s world-class onshore fuel reserves. It has equipped the home market since 2006 and worldwide clients since 2014. Shell’s QGC enterprise produces pure fuel from wells drilled into coal seams within the Surat Basin. Operations embrace greater than three,000 manufacturing wells, 24 discipline compression stations, six central processing vegetation, two water therapy vegetation and a two-train LNG export facility on Curtis Island. Shell is the operator and majority curiosity holder within the QGC enterprise, with three way partnership companions CNOOC (50% fairness in Train 1) and Tokyo Gas (2.5% fairness in Train 2).
(Source and picture: QGC/TLNG tanker at Curtis Island, Queensland)
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