Yamal LNG has shipped its twentieth million ton of LNG since the commencement of the project. Namely, the new Arc7 ice-class tanker “Vladimir Voronin” loaded the 273rd cargo as the project reached 20 million tons of LNG produced since the start-up of Train 1 in December 2017.
Russian natural gas producer Novatek announced that the Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker ‘Vladimir Rusanov’ completed the Northern Sea Route (NSR) passage via the Eastern direction, delivering a LNG cargo from the Yamal LNG project, at the port of Sabetta, to China’s port of Tianjin.
Russian natural gas producer Novatek announced Wednesday that Yamal LNG shipped the first LNG cargo to Japan in accordance with the long-term offtake agreement with French oil and gas company Total. The cargo was unloaded at the Tobata LNG Terminal.
Novatek, the largest Russian natural gas producer and LNG operator, reserved the right to explore on the Krasnoyarsk Territory. The company announced that it obtained five new licenses on the area, which is located in close proximity to the Company’s existing licenses located on the Gydan Peninsula.
The Russian Federal Agency for Mineral Resources approved the expert opinions of the State Reserves Commission regarding the discovery by Gazprom of new hydrocarbon fields on the shelf of the Yamal Peninsula, namely the Dinkov and Nyarmeyskoye fields. Gazprom secured the subsurface use licenses for the Rusanovsky and Nyarmeysky licensed blocks in 2013.
China National Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Company Ltd (CNODC) and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) have signed a binding agreement with Russian natural gas producer Novatek, to enter the Arctic LNG 2 project.
Novatek, the largest, independent, Russian natural gas producer and LNG operator, accomplished the 10 million tonnes of LNG that was produced at the Yamal LNG facility since December 2017. The operator reported that the milestone cargo number 136 was offloaded onto the Arc7 ice-class tanker Vladimir Vize.
An overall of 14 LNG carriers crowded at loading and reloading facilities in northern Norway on January 16. The number of the vessels reflects the busy days both Honningsvåg and Hammerfest, two towns located along the coast of the Barents Sea. are experiencing.
On 11 December 2018 the world’s first LNG icebreaker, Christophe de Margerie, loaded the first batch of liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced at the third train of Yamal LNG plant, at the Port of Sabetta on the Yamal Peninsula. This has been achieved a year ahead of the initial schedule and within the original budget.
Russian natural gas major Novatek announced that its joint venture Yamal LNG has reached full capacity at the plant’s three LNG trains. The Yamal LNG project was implemented in record time and on budget with the launches of the second and third trains made ahead of schedule by six months and more than a year.
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