Picture of the Day: APLNG Project Progresses Well

Origin Energy said on Thursday that the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) project is progressing in line with budget and is on track for first LNG in mid-2015.

The upstream part of the LNG project is about 71% complete, while the downstream project is 70% complete, according to Origin.

The APLNG project includes the development of natural gas from coal seams in the Surat and Bowen basins and construction of a gas transmission pipeline from the gas fields to an LNG facility on Curtis Island, off Gladstone. 

LNG World News Staff, May 28, 2014; Image: Origin

 

 

 

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