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GO! Cameroon's first cargo kicks off the FLNG race in Sub-Saharan Africa

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25 May 2018

GO! Cameroon's first cargo kicks off the FLNG race in Sub-Saharan Africa

Report summary

On 17 May 2018, the maiden cargo of Golar’s Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (GoFLNG) project sailed away from Cameroon. The Galicia Spirit tanker is on its way to China with 60,000 tonnes of liquefied gas on board. The Golar Maria tanker arrived on site this week to receive the second shipment. GoFLNG beats Prelude to become the world’s second FLNG project to come onstream, the first in Sub-Saharan Africa. The vessel will produce 1.2 million tonnes of LNG per annum. The cargo is contracted by Gazprom, while gas is supplied by Perenco’s shallow water Sanaga Sud field. Although first LNG was initially planned in 2017, the project was delivered in a record three years, and on budget.

Table of contents

  • Summary
  • Project overview
  • Challenges and opportunities
  • What impact on other FLNG developments?

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • GoFLNG Map
  • GoFLNG Breakevens
  • Sub-Saharan Africa FLNG project timelines

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