Santos GLNG informed that its 400m liquefied natural gas loading jetty on Curtis Island near Gladstone is complete.
As Santos informed in its fourth quarter activities report, all 111 LNG plant modules (82 train 1 and 29 train 2 modules) have been set on their foundations. Piping installation, pressure testing, cable pulling and terminations continue to progress in both trains, the company said.
Commissioning of the LNG plant is well underway, with an increasing number of subsystems commissioned or handed over for commissioning, including main flare, instrument air, nitrogen and emergency electric power generation. Firing of the first gas turbine generator is expected in the coming weeks.
Pneumatic pressure testing of both LNG tanks is complete and installation of the perlite insulation is nearing completion on the first tank.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Santos GLNG