Prelude FLNG finally returns

LNG cargoes have resumed from Shell’s floating LNG (FLNG) facility, offshore Western Australia. The 3.6m t/y Prelude FLNG, located 475km from Broome, offshore Western Australia, operated by Shell (67.5%) and its partners Inpex (17.5%), Kogas (10%) and CPC (5%), had been offline since January 2020 after safety issues caused its closure. It only shipped its first cargo in June 2019. The K Line-operated LNG carrier, Symphonic Breeze, was the first to load a cargo in almost a year, destined for Tokyo Electric Power’s 15.0m t/y Higashi-Ohgishima import terminal in Japan. Weighing in at 600,000 tonnes, Prelude FLNG is the biggest FLNG vessel currently in operation, with others including the Per

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