Nigeria LNG starts up Bonny LNG plant

09/27/1999
Nigeria LNG Ltd.'s $3.8 billion, 5.9 million metric ton/year liquefied natural gas plant at Bonny, Rivers state, has started production and will load its first LNG shipment the first week in October.The engineering consortium handling construction of the plant, TSKJ-comprising Technip SA of France, Snamprogetti SpA of Italy, Kellogg Brown & Root of the U.S., and JGC Corp. of Japan-handed it over to NLNG management after weeks of operations checks.The first LNG shipment will go to Gaz de France's Montoire terminal. It will be transported in the LNG Lagos, a 122,000 dwt vessel that NLNG official Andrew Odeh said the firm was scheduled to take delivery of on Sept. 24.LNG exports from...
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