Petronas of Malaysia to Decide on Second FLNG This Year
Petronas of Malaysia plans to decide on its second floating LNG project in the second half of this year, according to local media.
The 1.5 mtpa FLNG project is expected to commence in 2016, the company’s spokesman told Business Times.
He also said that the FLNG project is currently undertaking a dual front-end engineering and design competition.
“Two consortiums are involved at this stage, with one being JGC Corp and Samsung Heavy Industries, and the other being MITC, which consists of Modec, IHI, Toyo Engineering and CB&I,” the spokesman revealed.
LNG World News Staff, July 23, 2013