LNG player Woodside expects the Browse FLNG project’s front-end engineering and design (FEED) to start in the coming months.
“We expect to go into Browse FEED in the middle of this year,” Woodside’s CEO Peter Coleman told an investor briefing in Melbourne.
The company is targeting a final investment decision on the Browse FLNG project in the second half of 2016, Coleman said.
Woodside’s partners in the Browse FLNG project are Shell, BP, PetroChina, Mitsui and Mitsubishi Japan Australia LNG joint venture.
The Browse project is expected to have three FLNG facilities with 3.6 mtpa production capacity based on the same technology as Shell’s Prelude FLNG, currently under construction in South Korea.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Shell