Gladstone LNG’s second train starts up

The Santos Ltd.-led $18.5-billion Gladstone LNG (GLNG) project on Curtis Island near Gladstone in central east coast Queensland has brought on line its Train 2, just 8 months after Train 1.

The Santos group has produced in excess of 2 million tonnes of LNG since Train 1 came on stream in October 2015 and shipped 32 cargoes in that time.

The JV comprises Santos 30%, Malaysia’s Petronas 27.5%, France’s Total SA 27.5%, and South Korea’s Korea Gas Corp. 15%.

The three coal seam gas-LNG projects on Curtis Island now have five out of the six planned trains in operation. These include GLNG (2 trains), BG’s Queensland Curtis LNG (2 trains) and Origin Energy’s Australia Pacific LNG (1 train).

All gas supplies are being sourced from the Surat-Bowen basins of inland southeast Queensland.

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