Abbot Point LNG Terminal
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Abbot Point LNG Terminal was a proposed floating LNG terminal in Queensland, Australia.
The terminal would be built in Abbot Point, Queensland, Australia.
- Owner: Energy World Corporation (EWC)
- Parent: Energy World Corporation (EWC)
- Location: Abbot Point, Queensland, Australia
- Coordinates: -19.8988746, 148.084116 (approximate)
- Capacity: 2 mtpa
- Status: Cancelled
- Type: Export
- Trains: 4
- Start Year:
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
In September 2011 Energy World Corporation proposed building an LNG export facility with a capacity between 2 mtpa and 5 mtpa in Abbbot Point, Queensland. The design called for the construction of standard EWC liquefaction modules of 0.5 mtpa each. In April 2014 EWC applied for government approval to build a facility which would be supplied by a 1000-km pipeline from the Cooper Basin.
As of July 2019 the project has not progressed and it appears to be cancelled.