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  Autor/Fonte: Oil & Gas Journal Editors
  Data: 11/12/2017

    Yamal LNG to load first cargo


 PAO Novatek has begun production at its Yamal LNG plant, bringing its 5.5 million-tonne/year first train online. The first cargo is scheduled to load December 8th/2017 at Sabetta port onboard the first Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker, Christopher de Margerie, operated by Russian state-owned shipping company Sovcomflot.

Novatek plans two more trains, bringing full capacity to 16.5 million tpy. Train 2 is expected to start in third-quarter 2018 and Train 3 in first-quarter 2019. Four double-containment 160,000-cu m storage tanks are in place.

The project draws its natural gas from South Tambey field, with estimated reserves of 926 billion cu m.

Arc7 LNG carriers carry 170,000 cu m and can operate year-round without icebreaker assistance along westbound navigation routes and during the summer season eastbound via the Northern Sea route. Christopher de Margerie is the first of 15 planned Arc7-class vessels.

Yamal LNG is a joint venture between Novatek 50.1%, Total SA 20%, China National Petroleum Corp. 20%, and Silk Road Fund 9.9%.

 

Fonte: : Oil&Gas Journal (08/12/2017) 

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