Shanghai: Wison has presented two technically and commercially feasible concepts to Cott Oil and Gas for the Pandora gas field project.
The first is a 1mtpa offshore Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) vessel incorporating gas clean up, liquefaction and storage for 170,000 cu m; the second is a near shore LNG vessel with 170,000 cu m of storage and with sufficient topside space to accommodate up to 2.5 mtpa of liquefaction capacity.
Wison indicates that first gas could be delivered within 34 months of award of an EPCIC contract. The vessel could be delivered within 16 months of keel laying and operational approximately four months after that.
Cott was awarded a 40% interest in the Pandora gas discovery in December 2013. Other participants in the project include Talisman Energy, Kina Petroleum and Santos. [05/06/14]