Asia Pacific Trade

March 2018

Despite delays and cost issues, Australia’s Ichthys LNG project looks likely to start operations in the coming weeks.

The 4.45 mtpa first train at Ichthys is expected to start up in late March/early April. Train 2 is expected to be commissioned later in the year and will bring the facility’s overall capacity to 8.9 mtpa. Commissioning cargoes from Train 1 will hit the LNG spot market in time for the peak summer demand season in Northeast Asia. If further delays are avoided, Train 2 should be...

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