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World's LNG Projects Status Report (Oct. 2019)
2019/10/20
Global LNG Info has released the last update of the “World LNG Projects' Status Monthly Report” also known as the globally-recognized-reference “World's LNG Liquefaction Plants and Regasification Terminals Update List”.
Global LNG Info has released the last update of the “World LNG Projects’ Status Monthly Report” also known as the globally-recognized-reference “World's LNG Liquefaction Plants and Regasification Terminals Update List”.

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According to the recent reports, during September 2019:

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* Cheniere announced that Substantial Completion of Train 2 of the Corpus Christi liquefaction project was achieved as commissioning is complete and its EPC partner Bechtel has turned over care, custody, and control of Train 2 to Cheniere.

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* Freeport LNG project has shipped the first LNG commissioning cargo from its first train. Approximately 150,000-CM of LNG was loaded aboard the LNG Jurojin, which departed from the facility’s terminal.
Shipping sources have reported that the commissioning cargo taken by Shell and to be headed to Jebel Ali FSRU in the UAE.
“Freeport’s Train 2 is advancing pre-commissioning to support an in-service date of January 2020. Train 3 is nearing completion to support an in-service date of May 2020.”
The project is also planning to develop the fourth liquefaction train which is expected to add over 5 MMT/Y of LNG production, increasing the total export capability of the facility to over 20 MMT/Y.

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* Equus FLNG export proposed project in Australia added to the Global LNG Database® as its promotor Western Gas announced that its $3.5 billion Equus project is currently on track for first gas in 2024 following the completion of the Upstream to LNG Development Plan and the start of project financing and partnering activities.
The company will develop the field using a 2 MMT/Y FLNG facility, instead of feeding it into larger existing LNG facilities as was previously the project idea by the field’s previous owner Hess. The Equus gas project comprises 11 gas and condensate fields in the Carnarvon basin, some 200 kilometers north-west of Onslow in Western Australia.
“Equus is at the right stage of development where the introduction of an experienced and financially capable partner can help progress the project to first gas and realize the value of the greater Equus area,” Western Gas executive director Andrew Leibovitch said in a statement.

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