The oil and gas producer initially started production at the project in September 2015, and shipped its first cargo from the $18.5 billion project a month later. So far, it has produced more than two million tonnes of LNG from the project and shipped 32 cargoes.
The LNG production from train 2 marked the successful delivery of the two-train GLNG project, chief executive Kevin Gallagher said in a statement on Thursday.
Santos is the operator and holds a 30 per cent stake in GLNG. Malaysia’s Petronas, France’s Total and South Korean KOGAS are the other project investors.
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