Unusual design considerations drive selection of Sakhalin LNG plant facilities

10/01/2001
Click here to enlarge imagePlans are under way for an LNG plant, the second phase of the Sakhalin-II LNG project on Russia's Sakhalin Island. First LNG will be delivered to customers in 2006.A consortium consisting of OAO NIPIgaspererabotka (Russia), Chiyoda Corp. (Japan), and Fluor Daniel (the Netherlands) last year was awarded a contract to provide engineering services for the preparation of the project specifications and the technical and economic substantiation (TEO) documentation for the project required under Russian Law.The new air-cooled LNG plant will have two trains with a capacity of 4.8 million tonnes/year each. The processes employed are the Sulfinol-D process for acid-...
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