PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: ARCTIC LNG2 [LNG Condensed]
The completion ahead of schedule and on budget of Yamal LNG’s first trains in 2018 was a watershed moment for Russia, marking not just the start-up of the country’s second LNG plant, but the first to be built by an independent gas producer, Novatek.
Despite a raft of proposed projects, it took Russia nine years to add to its first LNG plant, Sakhalin 2, which was completed in 2009. Yamal LNG’s three 5.5mn mt/yr trains more than doubled Russia’s LNG capacity to 27.3mn mt/yr, providing it with the ability to reach gas markets globally, unrestrained by the geo- graphic (and political) restrictions of its extensive pipeline network.
The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) NGC’s HSSE strategy is reflective and supportive of the organisational vision to become a leader in the global energy business.
Now, backed by the world’s largest proven gas reserves, which stood at an estimated 35 trillion m3 at end-2017, four times larger than the US, Russia aims to go further led by Novatek’s next large-scale development -- Arctic LNG 2.
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