EXMAR has announced that its floating LNG (FLNG) unit, which will be renamed Tango FLNG, has successfully left China to Bahia Blanca, Argentina, where its liquefaction operations will begin.
EXMAR released the statement on 27 December, and the vessel is now underway its 45-day (approximately) journey.
Once Tango FLNG arrives, EXMAR claims that it will be put in operation for the company’s customer, YPF S.A., with LNG production expected to start up in 2Q19. The FLNG unit is designed for a liquefaction capacity of approximately 0.5 million tpy of LNG, and will play a significant role in YPF’s efforts to export the Vaca Muerta gas reserves to international markets.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/floating-lng/03012019/tango-flng-en-route-to-argentina/
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