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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • A large LNG liquifaction plant, with 5 trains

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: 3 tanks of 65,000 cubic metres per tank
  • Constructor:
    • DYWIDAG: 2 x 65,000 m³ tanks
  • Licensor: Air Products

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • -

Suppliers / Customers


  • 1972 - The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in Brunei, the first in the Western Pacific, was completed
  • 1987 - A cogeneration plant, a joint project involving the Government, Brunei Shell Petroleum and the Brunei LNG was built in Lumut
  • 1991 - DYWIDAG awarded contract for 2 x 65,000 m³ tanks
  • 1994 - Exports to Korea began
  • 2012 - LNG Sale and Purchase Heads of Agreement with TEPCO, Tokyo Gas & Osaka Gas

Other Information

  • The original sales contract with Japanese customers finishes in 2013

Relevant Links

  1. Brunei LNG Profile pdf
  2. DYWIDAG LNG Tank References
  3. Conclusion of LNG Sale and Purchase Heads of Agreement with Brunei LNG Sendirian Berhad

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