Gazprom and Mitsubishi Corporation said that the development of the FEED documents for Sakhalin II LNG plant’s third liquefaction train are close to completion.
Ken Kobayashi, chairman of the board of Mitsubishi Corporation and Gazprom’s head Alexey Miller, discussed the progress of the project during a meeting in Moscow on Tuesday.
Mitsubishi Corporation holds a 10 percent stake in Sakhalin Energy that operates Russia’s only LNG export plant that produced 10.8 million tons of LNG in 2015, exceeding its nameplate capacity by 1.2 million tons.
Other participants in the project are Gazprom with a 50 percent plus one share, Shell with a 27.5 percent minus one share, and Mitsui with a 12.5 percent stake.
LNG World News Staff