Congo-Brazzaville FLNG Terminal
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Congo-Brazzaville FLNG is a proposed LNG terminal in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. There have been no development updates in over two years and the project is presumed to be shelved as of 2022.
- Owner: Lukoil
- Location: Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
- Coordinates: -5.544909, 12.109792 (approximate)
- Capacity: 1.2 mtpa
- Status: Shelved
- Type: Export
- Start Year:
Congo-Brazzaville FLNG (1.2 MTPA) is proposed, looking to monetize associated gas from the Eni-operated upstream oil project involving NewAge and SNPC.
In 2019, a subsidiary of Lukoil purchased New Age's stake in the Marine XII block.
A final investment decision (FID) was originally expected in Q3 2017, with first production expected in 2020-2021.
There have been no development updates in over two years and the project is presumed to be shelved as of 2022.
Articles and resources
- Shem Oirere, New Age Sells Stake in Marine XII, Offshore Engineering, September 12, 2019
- 2020 World LNG Report, page 102, International Gas Union, April 27, 2020
- FLNG forges ahead in Africa, S&P Global Platts, October 12, 2017
- SBM-JGC rumoured to win FLNG contract, The Energy Year, February 24, 2017