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Summary Information

  • Ownership:
    • Mitsubishi Corporation 51%,
    • Pertamina Energy Services Pte Ltd 29%,
    • PT Medco LNG Indonesia 20%
  • Website:
  • Location: Banggai Regency, Central Sulawesi, Province Indonesia
  • Capacity: 2.0 million tons/annum
  • Status: Under Construction

Brief Description

  • PT DSLNG aims to produce and deliver approximately two million tonnes of LNG per year, along with associated condensate (approximately 47,000 B/D crude oil equivalent).

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity:
  • Constructor:
    • JGC: A lump-sum turnkey contract to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services
  • Licensor: Air Products

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • First LNG is expected in the fourth quarter of 2014

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers: It will be supplied from the Senoro Gas Field Development and four fields in Matindok Block
  • Customers:
    • PT Donggi Senoro LNG has signed a head of agreement (HoA) with Japan’s Chubu Power Co. Inc stipulating that the company would be supplied with 1 million tons of LNG per annum from the plant for twelve years.
    • Kogas may buy 0.7 MPTA of LNG and Kyushu may buy 0.3 MPTA of LNG
    • It supplies LNG to the Arun LNG Import Terminal


  • 2006 - Pertamina decided to build an LNG terminal for the Matindok and Senoro blocks
  • 2007 - Pertamina-Medco And Mitsubishi Agree On Senoro Gas Price
  • 2010 - The Indonesian government agreed to allow 70% of the natural gas to be exported
  • 2011 - Final Investment decision taken
  • 2011 - JGC signs turn key agreement
  • 2011 - Air Products chosen as technology provider
  • 2015 - First cargo shipped

Other Information

  • The project was originally expected to cost a total $3.7 billion — $2 billion for the LNG plant and $1.7 billion for upstream infrastructure.
  • Donggi Senoro LNG joint venture raised the cost estimate for the downstream 2 million mt/year liquefaction plant by 40% to $2.8 billion

Relevant Links

  1. Project Webpage from Mitsubishi
  2. Donggi Senoro LNG may get two new buyers
  3. Senoro Gas Development
  4. Indonesia's Donggi Senoro JV raises LNG plant cost estimate by 40%
  5. Final Investment Decision on Donggi-Senoro LNG Project in Indonesia
  6. Mitsubishi - Acquisition of Working Interest in Senoro-Toili Natural Gas Field in Indonesia
  7. Air Products’ LNG Technology Selected for Indonesia Energy Project
  8. Pertamina: Gas From Matindok And Senoro Blocks For LNG
  9. Pertamina-Medco And Mitsubishi Agree On Senoro Gas Price
  10. Air Products Celebrates Manufacturing of 100th LNG Heat Exchanger
  11. JGC Wins EPC Contract for LNG Project in Indonesia
  12. First Shipment of LNG from Donggi-Senoro Project in Indonesia

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