VIDEO: Preparing for GLNG’s first export

The <em>Seri Bakti</em> LNG vessel at Curtis Island.

The Seri Bakti LNG vessel at Curtis Island.

Santos has provided some unique footage of its GLNG Project on Curtis Island, as the project prepares to export LNG to the Asian market.

The Seri Bakti LNG vessel docked at Curtis Island earlier this week after the project began producing LNG from Train 1, on schedule and within budget.

Meanwhile, Train 2 is expected to be ready for start up by the end of 2015.

The Seri Bakti arrives at the Santos GLNG site on Curtis Island.

Santos said GLNG’s teams have worked more than 95 million hours since January 2011 to get the project up and running.

Joint venture participants in the project are Santos (30 per cent), PETRONAS (27.5 per cent), Total (27.5 per cent) and KOGAS (15 per cent).

This article first appeared on PPO News. For more information on the project, click here.

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