Condor receives feedgas allocation for ‘Kazakhstan’s first’ modular LNG site


Canadian energy transition firm Condor Energies has received a natural gas allocation from the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

As announced today, the gas allocation will be used as feed gas for the company’s first modular liquefied natural gas (LNG) production facility. The feed gas will be liquefied to produce up to 350 tonnes per day of LNG.

Condor Energies has acquired 12 hectares of industrial land where its first modular LNG facility will be constructed, believed to be the first of its kind in the country. The front-end engineering and design are already complete, and a detailed engineering study is scheduled to begin shortly.

Don Streu, President and CEO of Condor Energies, said the gas allocation helps to advance the company’s vision of producing Kazakhstan’s first LNG.

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