Nigerian plant LNG plant expansion

Nigeria LNG Limited has awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the realisation of the trains 4 and 5 expansion project, or “NLNGPlus Project”, at its existing USD 3.8 billion LNG facility to a joint venture team, which includes KBR, the wholly owned engineering and construction subsidiary of Halliburton. The partners of the equal joint venture team, known as TSKJ, include Technip-Coflexip, Snamprogetti, KBR and JGC Corporation. The EPC contract to TSKJ is valued at over USD 1.7 billion. When the NLNGPlus project is completed in November 2005, the plant will have an overall production capacity of 16.8 million tons per year of LNG and two million tonnes per year of liquefied petroleum gas. It will also utilise about 2800 million standard cubic feet per day of gas. Each of the two new trains and associated facilities will be able to process 4.0 million tonnes per year of LNG. Also, the expansion is intended to increase the capability of the complex to process associated gas feedstock, enabling a major reduction in gas flaring in Nigeria.

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