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Australia : Ichthys receives central processing facility in the Australian waters of the Browse Basin.

According to Inpex, the project operator, the Ichthys LNG project has received the central processing facility in the Australian waters of the Browse Basin.

The central processing plant is the central hub for initial offshore processing of all well fluids delivered from a 130 kilometre network of subsea well infrastructure. Gas from the facility will be transported using an 890 km subsea pipeline to the onshore LNG facility, at Bladin Point, near Darwin for processing.

Most condensate and water from the plant is to be transferred to a nearby floating production, storage and offloading facility, the Ichthys Venturer.

Louis Bon, managing director, Ichthys Project said, The Ichthys LNG project incorporates some of the worlds largest and most advanced offshore facilities with a continuous operating life of 40 years.

Inpex added that, the facility took total 34 days to travel 5,600 km from South Korea.

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Publication:Mena Report
Date:May 31, 2017
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