Reuters reports that Kurniawan Rahardjo, director at PT Donggi Senoro LNG (plant operator), noted that, out of the estimated output, 31 – 32 cargoes already have committed long-term buyers; six have been sold on the spot market; and the rest have not yet been sold. Last year, the company produced 41 LNG cargoes, with eight sold on the spot market.
Rahardjo said: “Production outlook to the year end may be lower than 43 cargoes.
“We will continue to monitor price, which may improve toward the winter time.”
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