The Ichthys LNG Project reached a significant milestone on July 27, with the opening of the primary offshore manufacturing properly, marking the beginning of 40 years of operations of this gasoline and condensate subject.
At full capability, the offshore amenities are anticipated to supply 1,600 MMscfd of gasoline (285,000 boed) and 85,000 bpd of condensate. The gasoline can be exported to an onshore Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant which is able to produce eight.9 million tons of LNG per 12 months for supplying the Asian market, and roughly 1.65 million tons of liquefied petroleum gasoline (LPG) per 12 months in addition to a further 15,000 bpd of condensate.
The undertaking consists of the event of the Ichthys gasoline and condensate subject offshore northwestern Australia (in 260 m of water depth) and a 889-km gasoline pipeline along with an onshore LNG plant close to Darwin within the Northern Territory. The offshore amenities include a subsea properly growth related to a central processing facility (CPF1) for gasoline therapy and a floating processing, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for condensate.
Onshore installations include two LNG trains with a mixed capability of eight.9 million tons per 12 months and amenities for the extraction and the export of LPGs and condensate.
Total holds a 30% stake within the Ichthys LNG undertaking, alongside INPEX (operator, 62.245%) and CPC Corporation, Taiwan (2.625%), Tokyo Gas (1.575%), Osaka Gas (1.2%), Kansai Electric Power (1.2%), JERA (zero.735%) and Toho Gas (zero.42%).
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