Malaysia doubles floating capacity

Petronas, Malaysia’s fully integrated oil and gas company, has shipped its first cargo from its second floating LNG (FLNG) vessel. The 1.5m t/y PFLNG II project incorporating the 173,460cm PFLNG Dua loaded a cargo onto the 150,000cm Seri Camar LNG carrier operated by MISC Berhad, a subsidiary of Petronas, for delivery to Thailand. The vessel is currently located at Rotan gasfield in Block H, approximately 140km offshore Sabah, at a water depth of 1,300m. Malaysia thus becomes the first LNG exporting nation to boast two operational FLNG projects. Petronas introduced the 1.2m t/y PFLNG I project incorporating the 170,000cm PFLNG Satu, the world’s first operational FLNG facility in 2016. It s

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