Donggi-Senoro LNG inks domestic condensate deal

Donggi-Senoro LNG inks domestic condensate dealImage courtesy of Donggi-Senoro LNG

Donggi-Senoro LNG (DSLNG) has signed a domestic condensate sale and purchase agreement with a consortium of Titis Sampurna and Surya Mandala Sakti.

Through the contract, Indonesian DSLNG will continue to supply condensate with a volume of 800,000 barrels per year for a period of three years until 2021, with the end user being Chandra Asri Petrochemical.

DSLNG started producing condensate in 2015, as a by-product of the gas processing process to liquefied natural gas at the Donggi Senoro LNG plant, located at Banggai Regency of Central Sulawesi Province.

Donggi Senoro LNG plant receives feed gas from two upstream producers namely JOB Pertamina-Medco E&P Tomori Sulawesi which operates Senoro gas field and Pertamina Exploration and Production (EP) which operates Donggi and Matindok gas fields.

The LNG plant has the capacity to produce two million ton per year of liquefied natural gas. It is a partnership between Pertamina (Persero), Medco Energi Internasional, Mitsubishi Corporation, and Korea Gas Corporation.

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