Papua New Guinea and LNG

Alan petzet Chief Editor-Exploration Is it possible that Papua New Guinea's geology could support three liquefied natural gas projects? Talisman Energy Inc., Calgary, is moving toward such a possibility with a gas aggregation strategy it launched in 2009. Talisman and others would link by open access pipeline a number of stranded wet and dry gas discoveries in Papua New Guinea's Western Province and build an LNG liquefaction plant either at Daru, across the Gulf of Papua from Port Moresby, or a floating LNG plant in the gulf itself. Other major players with Talisman are Sydney independents New Guinea Energy Ltd. and Horizon Oil Ltd., with whom Talisman shares considerable territory (OGJ O...

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