Petronas announces FLNG world first

Malaysia’s Petronas has become the first global energy company to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) from two floating facilities following the first cargo delivery by the company’s floating LNG DUA (PFLNG DUA).


Partners sought to saddle up on Equus

Australia’s Western Gas is seeking partners to bring its Equus LNG project into production by 2024. The company has a plan for gas from the offshore Equus fields to be transported, via a 160 km pipeline, to a floating LNG (FLNG) facility near the shore.

Oil & Gas

Ophir Energy close to signing-off on agreements for Fortuna FLNG

Ophir Energy said it is in the process of signing off on its long-term agreements for its Fortuna FLNG (Floating Liquefied Natural Gas) project off Equatorial Guinea. The company will be working with a shortlisted group of counterparts all of which are globally established LNG buyers. The offtake contracts offer flexibility to competitively deliver the gas into either the Atlantic or Pacific Basin and Ophir said they had been met with strong interest from LNG buyers.

Oil & Gas

Cameroon FLNG gas convention signed

A milestone has been reached in the Cameroon floating liquefied natural gas project after parties signed a gas convention. The final investment decision commits the project to a targeted start date for commissioning in the second quarter of 2017. At a signing ceremony in Cameroon the country’s state-owned oil company Société Nationale des Hydrocarbures (SNH), Perenco Cameroon, Golar Hilli Corporation and Golar Cameroon executed a an agreement which endorses and governs the installation and operation of the GoFLNG vessel in Cameroon waters offshore of Kribi.