Santos-operated Gladstone LNG facility on Curtis Island, is making good progress towards start-up expected around the end of third quarter.
The company recently fed gas into its LNG production train 1 at the facility.
Sources told Reuters that six commissioning cargoes will be put on offer between October and December, as GLNG intends to sell cargoes to market before it long-term deliveries begin.
According to sources, during the commissioning period, two cargoes per month are expected to be loaded with GLNG likely to send invites during next week.
LNG World News Staff, Image: Santos GLNG