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PNG LNG project completes onshore pipeline, achieves key milestone


Published Mar 17, 2014
ExxonMobil

The PNG LNG project remains on schedule to produce its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo in mid-year of 2014 following the recent completion of its 292-kilometre onshore section of pipeline.

The pipeline will transport natural gas from the Hides Gas Conditioning Plant to the Omati River, where it connects to the Project's 407-kilometre offshore section of pipeline and then to the LNG Plant located near Port Moresby.

ExxonMobil PNG Limited senior project manager Sam Roxburgh said completion of the onshore pipeline, which rises 2,100 metres above sea level in some areas, is an important milestone for the PNG LNG Project as preparations continue for LNG production this year.

Tags: ExxonMobil




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