Ivory Coast FSRU Terminal

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Ivory Coast FSRU Terminal, also called the Abidjan FSRU, is a cancelled LNG import terminal in the Ivory Coast.[1]

Location

The project would have been moored off the coast of the Ivory Coast, but a specific location was never determined.

Project Details

  • Parent: Total – 34%, SOCAR – 26%, Shell – 13%, Petro CI – 11%, Golar – 6%, CI-Energies – 5% and Endeavor Energy – 5%[1]
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  • Coordinates:
  • Capacity: 3 million tons per year
  • Status: Cancelled[2]
  • Type: Import[1]
  • Start Year: 2018[1]

Background

The regasification terminal, located in Cote d’Ivoire, would have included a floating storage and three-million-tonnes-per-year LNG regasification terminal – as well as a pipeline connecting the unit to existing and planned power plants across the region. It was expected to be operational in mid-2018. Total led the special purpose vehicle CI-GNL that would have developed and operated the project. Shareholders included: Total – 34%, SOCAR – 26%, Shell – 13%, Petro CI – 11%, Golar – 6%, CI-Energies – 5% and Endeavor Energy – 5%.[1]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 CI-GNL LNG Regasification Terminal, IJGlobal, March 1, 2018
  2. Sabina Zawadzki, For the global LNG industry, is the FSRU honeymoon over?, Reuters, July 18, 2018

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