Far East LNG’s planned capacity boosted to 6 mtpa

The capacity of Russia’s Far East LNG plant, planned by Rosneft and ExxonMobil on Sakhalin Island, could increase from 5 mtpa to 6 mtpa.
By Staff reporter 28 September 2017 0 27764

The capacity of Russia’s Far East LNG plant, planned by Rosneft and ExxonMobil on Sakhalin Island, could increase from 5 mtpa to 6 mtpa.

“We, together with our partners, have put all our expertise in such projects the world over to use and, thanks to this, the plant’s design capacity was increased from 5 to 6 million metric tonnes per year,” Stephen Butt, head of Sakhalin 1 project operator Exxon Neftegas, said at the Sakhalin Oil & Gas 2017 conference.

The project’s anticipated...

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