Papua New Guinea eyes FLNG and energy hub

The new infrastructure will connect to stranded fields via NOC Kumul Petroleum's Western Pipeline project The new infrastructure will connect to stranded fields via NOC Kumul Petroleum's Western Pipeline project.
By Damon Evans 20 September 2017 0 27647
Santos' Hides wellpad. A wellpad in Papua New Guinea. (Santos)

Financers are lining up to back plans for a small-scale energy hub and floating liquefaction facility in Papua New Guinea, a manager at PNG’s NOC, Kumul Petroleum, has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

The new infrastructure will link up with Kumul’s proposed Western Pipeline project, which is targeting gas shipments by 2022. The pipeline aims to aggregate all the stranded gas fields in the country’s Western Province through a single interconnection, Bonny Riowa, commercial manager at the NOC, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on...

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