Oman LNG said that the company’s revenues were at $4.49 billion in 2013, $149 million higher when compared to 2012.
The company operates 3 liquefaction trains with a capacity of 10.4 mtpa at its site in Qalhat near Sur. Two of the trains are owned by Oman LNG and one by Qalhat LNG.
Oman LNG’s net income after tax was $2,018 million in 2013, an increase of $68 million from 2012, the company said in its annual report for 2013.
According to the report, 139 cargoes were loaded from Oman LNG’s plant in Sur last year, 90 for Oman LNG and 49 for Qalhat LNG.
Oman’s LNG industry entered a new era in September of 2013 with the fusion of the country’s only two liquefied natural gas companies, Oman LNG and Qalhat LNG, into one fully integrated entity.