Kogas dispatches first tanker from Indonesian LNG plantKorea Gas Corporation (Kogas) announced on Monday that it has shipped its first tanker load of liquefied natural gas from a plant in Indonesia.
The Donggi-Senoro LNG plant’s construction was completed in February and it started production in June, with a capacity of about 2 million tons annually.
The gas field there has reserves estimated at 78 million tons. Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo attended a ceremony to mark the first shipment at the Sulawesi plant on Sunday.
Kogas is a partner in the project with Japan’s Mitsubishi and two Indonesian participants, Pertamina and Medco.
This is the first Kogas participation in the operation of an LNG liquefaction plant; this one will ship 700,000 tons each to Korea and Japan.
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