After three and a half years of construction work, Santos GLNG has installed the final module on its two LNG processing trains, key components of its gas liquefaction plant on Curtis Island near Gladstone, Australia.
The last of the 111 modules used to build the two trains was installed earlier this month.
Train 1 comprises 82 modules, while Train 2 comprises 29, with an expected combined production of more than seven million tonnes of LNG each year.
Santos GLNG General Manager of Downstream Operations, Brenton Hawtin, said the construction of such a vital part of the plant – often referred to as ‘the big fridge’ – was a key milestone for the project.
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