First Australian imports in the pipeline

Jemena has signed a deal with Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) to connect Australia’s first LNG import terminal to a major gas pipeline. The project development agreement will see Jemena build and operate a 12km underground gas pipeline connecting AIE’s planned Port Kembla gas terminal with it’s 18”-diameter, 797km Eastern Gas Pipeline, commissioned in 2000, the key supply artery between the Gippsland Basin in Victoria and New South Wales. The AIE’s A$250 million 2.0m t/y Port Kembla Gas [FSRU] is scheduled for start-up in 2022. The 167,000cm Hoegh Galleon FSRU has been secured for the project. Despite currently having the world’s largest installed export capacity, other import terminal

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