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Gas output for Ichthys starting by year-end

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Reuters are reporting that Inpex Corporation expects gas production from the seabed for its offshore Ichthys LNG project to start from around the end of the year.

Inpex in late April delayed the Ichthys start to the first quarter of next year, citing delays in the installation of offshore production facilities.

The FPSO for the project finally set sail last month to the Ichthys gas-condensate field from Okpo, South Korea, and there is no further delay.

Production would begin with condensate, LNG and liquefied petroleum gas in that order.

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