Eni lines up FLNG unit for Mozambique gas

Italy’s oil and gas company Eni is thinking of developing its offshore gas field in Mozambique using a floating LNG unit, Bernama has reported.

Bernama further says that ENI on Tuesday published a “Public Announcement for Expression of Interest”  for an FLNG facility, through the Mozambican media, calling companies to express their interest, after which they will receive a potential “Invitation to Tender” package from ENI.

This could be the first of three FLNG units Eni has planned to use for development of its gas rich offshore fields in the Eastern African country.

The company in February said that in order to develop Mamba discovery resources in Area 4, one initial onshore LNG train is planned, plus two FLNG units, with a total capacity of 10 million TPA and an option for a further onshore LNG train.

Eni also said it was ready to launch the development of the resources at its Coral gas discovery through a floating LNG.

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff, April 16, 2014

 

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