Milestone hit as Eni introduces gas into Congo’s floating LNG facility


European energy firm Eni has introduced gas into the Tango floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility moored in Congolese waters.

The company achieved the feat just twelve months after the final investment decision, marking a key milestone for the Congo LNG project.

Eni’s $5bn Congo LNGproject will see the installation of two FLNG plants and is expected to reach an overall LNG production capacity of three million tons per year (approximately 4.5 billion cubic metres/year) from 2025.

Equipped with a liquefaction capacity of about one billion bcm per year, Tango will produce its first LNG cargo by the first quarter of 2024, placing the Republic of Congo on the list of LNG-producing countries.

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