Nigeria LNG to add third train at Bonny Island

03/22/1999
Nigeria LNG Ltd. (NLNG) let an engineering, procurement, and construction contract for a third liquefied natural gas (LNG) train to be built at its Bonny Island export project. The contract was awarded to the TSKJ consortium. The group, which comprises Technip SA, Snamprogetti SpA, Kellogg Brown & Root, and JGC Corp., is building two LNG trains at the site. The first two LNG trains will come on stream, respectively, in the summer of 1999 and at the end of 1999. The third train will be completed in 2003. The estimated cost of the expansion is $1.2 billion, said Snamprogetti. Leading project partner Shell Gas BV said the interest holders have put up $600 million to fund the...
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