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Australian LNG exports to increase by a further 7% from debottlenecking


Australian LNG exports to increase by a further 7% from debottlenecking

Report summary

We expect once Australia's recent wave of LNG plants are successfully up and running, operators will look at opportunities to maximise the value for their investment, including by releasing additional capacity through debottlenecking.
Debottlenecking could increase Australia's  total LNG export capacity by 7% to 91 mmtpa, and deliver up to US$4.9 billion to industry (NPV10, long-term Brent US$70/bbl).

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  • Executive summary
  • Debottlenecking increases plant capacity by around 14%
  • Minimal cost, but upstream supply availability is key
  • Up to 6 mmtpa of new Australian volumes
  • Conclusion: Australia's LNG capacity could increase by a further 7%

In this report there are 2 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Debottlenecking increases plant capacity by around 14%
    • Figure 1. Historic debottlenecking exercises
  • Minimal cost, but upstream supply availability is key
  • Up to 6 mmtpa of new Australian volumes
    • Figure 2. Incremental Australian debottlenecking volumes and breakevens
  • Conclusion: Australia's LNG capacity could increase by a further 7%
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