Gyetvay discussed the northern Russian project while speaking at a conference in London on Tuesday. A final investment decision (FID) was taken on the project just last month.
According to Reuters, the CFO said that, by adapting lessons learned from Yamal – the company’s first LNG project – Novatek has been able to reduce costs by approximately 30%. Reportedly, he added that the LNG trains will now be condensed and fitted onto a floating barge.
Gyetvay said: “I think we’re in that range of US$500 – US$750 and I think if we can stick in that range, you’ll see the project moving forward.”
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