Eni to Increase LNG Production in Congo with Second FLNG System

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The system will produce 2.4 million tons of gas per annum and falls under efforts by Eni to maximize its gas operations in Congo both for domestic use and for export to meet growing energy demand in Europe.

The FLNG facility is in line with Eni’s gas valorisation plan in the Marine XII block offshore Congo with the system set to increase LNG production in the block to 3 million tons per year or 4.5 billionm3 in 2025, according to a statement.

Eni has kickstarted activities for the project with the major ordering long lead items and conducting steel cut of cryogenic tanks.

The new FLNG plant will join Export LNG, which Eni acquired from shipping company, Exmar, in August 2022 to maximize operations in the Marine X11 block.

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