Gazprom’s Chairman Alexey Miller discussed the ongoing FEED process for the Sakhalin 2 project’s third liquefaction train with Shell’s CEO Ben van Beurden, at a meeting in St. Petersburg.
The two parties touched on the collaboration prospects under the strategic cooperation agreement, focusing on a potential asset swap, Gazprom’s statement reveals.
The strategic cooperation agreement was signed in June last year with two companies agreeing to partner up across all segments of the gas industry.
The Sakhalin 2 project is operated by Sakhalin Energy, a company owned by Gazprom, Shell, Mitsui and Mitsubishi.
The agreement to add a third liquefaction train to the 9.6 mtpa LNG plant was signed in June last year.
LNG World News Staff