September 2018, Vol. 245, No. 9

Global News

Global News

Pipelaying for Ichthys LNG Project. (Photo: Inpex) Ichthys LNG Project Commences Production Japan’s Inpex Corp. marked a key milestone in late July with the start of natural gas production from its giant Ichthys Field offshore northern Australia.  Initial LNG cargo shipments from the $40 billion project are projected to start around late September, the company said, with condensate to be shipped first, followed by LNG and then LPG. Development of the large-scale Ichthys project included construction of a 553-mile (890 km), 42-inch subsea gas export pipeline – the longest in the southern hemisphere and third-longest in the world. It may

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