The ramp-up of BP’s Khazzan development and improvements to Oman’s liquefaction facilities will allow the sultanate to continue increasing its exports in 2018.
“[We] will push our production to 10.5 mtpa […] for 2018 and onwards,” Mohammed al-Naseeb, head of marketing at Oman LNG, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily. Naseeb’s forecast for 2018 represents a 23.5% increase on exports in 2016.
The company operates three liquefaction trains at Qalhat with a combined nameplate capacity of 10.4 mtpa. Oman LNG has carried out some improvements...
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