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Indonesian LNG project output for 2020 revealed

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According to Reuters, output from Indonesia’s Bontang LNG project will be lower this year compared to 2019, whilst output from the Tangguh LNG project will be higher.

This information was revealed to Reuters by Arief Setiawan Handoko, Deputy of Finance and Monetisation at oil and gas upstream regulator SKK Migas.

Last week, SKK Migas data showed that Indonesia produced 111.7 cargoes from Bontang and 117.4 cargoes from Tangguh last year.

By comparison, Handoko claims the Bontang LNG plant is targeting just 89.6 cargoes this year, whilst the Tangguh LNG plant is targeting 122.3 cargoes.

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