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Santos GLNG completes first gas processing hub

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Santos GLNG has completed the first of its three major gas processing hubs in its Queensland gas fields.

The hub is located in the Fairview field north of Roma. It is now fully operational, with commissioning progressing well at Santos GLNG’s two other major processing hubs.

Completion of the hub follows the recent delivery of first gas into the Santos GLNG pipeline and the completion of hydrotesting of the second LNG storage tank on Curtis Island.

LNG the new shining light

Santos Vice President Queensland, Trevor Brown, said: “This is a great story for Queensland. Santos GLNG alone is projected to deliver ongoing investment in this state of an average of $1 billion a year from 2016 - 2020, and an average of half a billion dollars a year after that. This means long-term jobs for Queenslanders over the next 20-30 years.

“This adds to the $6.2 billion we’ve invested with Queensland businesses in building our project to this point, and the $200 million invested in roads, hospitals, schools, weed management, and events.

“LNG is without doubt the new shining light of the Australian economy. In just a few short years, LNG will overtake coal and become Australia’s second-largest export behind iron ore – that is a staggering statistic that demonstrates the massive investment underway today.

“We’re making excellent progress at Santos GLNG. First gas is scheduled to arrive at our plant on Curtis Island later this year, we’re approaching 90% complete, we’re on budget and on track to deliver first LNG in 2015.”

Santos GLNG is a joint venture between Santos, Petronas, Total and Kogas to supply LNG to global markets.

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