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Conoco eyes second train at Darwin LNG

Gas from the Barossa-Caldita field could be used to expand Darwin LNG if enough gas is left in the Bayu-Undan field to keep the first train running Gas from the Barossa-Caldita field could be used to expand Darwin LNG if enough gas is left in the Bayu-Undan field to keep the first train running.
By Sally Bogle 6 November 2018 0 33178
The Darwin LNG plant. (ConocoPhillips)

ConocoPhillips is looking to extend the life of the main producing field for Darwin LNG (DLNG), a move that could free up volumes previously earmarked to backfill the facility and instead feed a second train, a source close to the project has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

East Timor’s Bayu-Undan field, which feeds DLNG, was expected to decline from 2022. Eni’s Evans Shoal field project and the Conoco-led Barossa-Caldita field project are vying to backfill DLNG to...