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Nigeria LNG (NLNG) - NLNG Base Commercial Overview

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Report summary

NLNG Base consists of two LNG trains operated by Nigeria LNG a joint venture between NNPC Shell Total and Eni. It was the first LNG project in Nigeria and started operations in 1999. This commercial overview outlines the NLNG Base development and commercial structure. It includes key issues facing the project LNG supply contract details and contains plant and field location maps and a FOB breakeven analysis. Additional trains were added to NLNG and these are shown in the NLNG Expansion NLNG Plus and NLNG Six analyses.

What's included

This report contains

  • Document

    nlng base cash flow.xls

    XLS 166.00 KB

  • Document

    nlng expansion cash flow.xls

    XLS 165.50 KB

  • Document

    nlng plus cash flow.xls

    XLS 149.50 KB

  • Document

    nlng six cash flow.xls

    XLS 150.00 KB

  • Document

    NLNG Base Commercial Overview

    PDF 442.98 KB

  • Document

    NLNG Base Commercial Overview

    ZIP 734.41 KB

Table of contents

  • Key facts
  • Summary and key issues
  • Commercial structure
  • Timeline
  • LNG output
  • LNG contracts
  • Shipping
  • Economic analysis

Tables and charts

This report includes 13 images and tables including:

Images

  • NLNG Base output
  • NLNG Base contracts
  • FOB breakeven analysis (post-tax)
  • Map of NLNG supply areas and pipelines
  • NLNG feedgas obligations for each JV by plant
  • Overall NLNG Project Structure
  • NLNG Base Commercial Structure

Tables

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Timeline: Table 1
  • LNG contracts: Table 1
  • Shipping: Table 1
  • Summary economics
  • Breakeven economics (us$/mmbtu)

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