NEWS

Australia to Overtake Qatar In LNG Output

Curtis Island LNG Plants  Image Courtesy: Bechtel

Curtis Island LNG Plants

Image Courtesy: Bechtel

Australia expects to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest explorer during the FY2019-20 when exports are forecast to hit 78.3 million tons, up from 61.7 million tones in 2017-2018.

Gas Land is proud to contribute to this amazing growth by having its Nitrogen Systems in five Australian LNG Plants.

Cheniere Signs Train 6 EPC Deal

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

The long awaited Sabine Pass Train 6 has reached a major milestone after Cheniere confirms the EPC deal with Bechtel.

Jack Fusco, Cheniere’s CEO said, “We have finalized the Sabine Pass Train 6 EPC contract with Bechtel, and we are releasing Bechtel to commence early engineering, procurement, and construction activities for Train 6 ahead of making a final investment decision.”

Sabine Pass LNG started shipping the chilled fuel in early 2016, currently Trains 1 to 4 are operational and Train 5 is undergoing commissioning activities.

Corpus Christi LNG Plant Update

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Image Courtesy: Cheniere

Another Cheniere project nearing completion and further advancing US LNG exports.

According to Cheniere’s CEO Jack Fusco, “Corpus Train 2 continues to progress on an accelerated schedule and we expect substantial completion in the second half of next year.”

Corpus Christi is a three train liquefaction project where each train is capable of producing 4.5 million tonnes of LNG per annum. Cheniere also owns and operates its Sabine Pass LNG export terminal.