Energy World Corporation has provided a company update on its Sengkang LNG production plant project, located in Indonesia.
Significant construction progress has been made on site, including the erection of a further two 0.5 million tpa cold boxes (a total of four cold boxes have now been erected) and associated compressors.
Construction progress also includes completion of the slipforming of the 88,800 m3 LNG tank wall and rim beam, the 150 kV switchyard, fabrication of the processing piping, the jetty loading platform and hydraulic marine loading facilities.
Works scheduled for the next phase of construction include the erection and installation of the processing pipe works, the structural completion of the LNG tank roof and mechanical and electrical works at the plant.
EWC is developing the Sengkang LNG project on the South Sulawesi coastline, in the same region as the company’s Sengkang Contract Area and Sengkang Combined Cycle Power Plant, to monetise additional gas reserves and contingent resources in the area.
The project consists initially of one modular LNG train with a capacity of 0.5 million tpa, with three additional trains, depending on gas field development for a potential total LNG capacity of 2 million tpa. The project also includes an LNG storage facility and an LNG loading facility.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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