Tangguh LNG Terminal
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: BP
    • BP Indonesia, 37.16 %
    • MI Berau B.V. (16.3 per cent),
    • CNOOC Ltd. (13.9 per cent),
    • Nippon Oil Exploration (Berau) Ltd. (12.23 per cent),
    • KG Berau/KG Wiriagar (10 per cent),
    • LNG Japan Corporation (7.35 per cent) and
    • Talisman (3.06 per cent).
  • Website: http://www.bp.com/
  • Location: Teluk Bintuni, Papua Province, Republic of Indonesia
  • Capacity: 7.6 million tons/annum
  • Status: In Operation

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: Two insulated tanks capable of storing 170,000 m3 each
  • Jetty: LNG export jetty designed for 140,000 ton LNG carriers
  • Licensor: Air Products
  • Constructor:
    • Chiyoda: FEED
    • Consortium KJP (Kellogg Brown &Root, JGC and PT Pertafenikki): EPC Contractor

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers: Gas fields in the Berau and Bintuni bay area including the Massive Tangguh Gas Field
  • Customers:
    • A commitment to supply 2.6 mtpa of LNG to CNOOC's Fujian Lng Terminal , People’s Republic of China, was signed in 2002.
    • This was followed by the agreement of POSCO and K-Power of the Republic of Korea in 2004 to purchase up to 0.55 and 0.80 mtpa of Tangguh LNG, respectively, for 20 years starting in 2006. See Gwangyang Lng Terminal
    • On 11 October 2004, a sales purchase agreement was signed with Sempra Energy LNG Corp. for a 20-year LNG supply of up to 3.7 mtpa from Indonesia to markets in the United States and Mexico via the Cameron Lng Terminal and the Costa Azul Lng Terminal
    • Tohoku Electric Power Co. will buy 120,000 metric tons of LNG per annum for 15 years

History

  • 1997 - ARCO and BG announced an agreement to collaborate in the supply of gas
  • 2002 - Tangguh signed an agreement to supply LNG to the Fujian LNG terminal
  • 2004 - BG Group completes sale of Tangguh LNG interest
  • 2005 - Contracts signed for construction
  • 2006 - Tohoku Electric Power signed LNG purchase agreement
  • 2006 - Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) signed a loan agreement totaling US$1.2 billion with the Japanese sponsors of the project
  • 2007 - Tangguh Secures Us$884 Million Of Loans
  • 2009 - First cargoes shipped
  • 2012 - BP Signs MoU with PLN to Provide Long-term Gas Supply for Domestic Indonesian Needs

Other Information

  • The main process elements are the following:
    • (i) onshore receiving facility, where the natural gas stream will be separated into gas, hydrocarbon condensate, and water, and which will serve both LNG trains;
    • (ii) gas purification facilities, comprising an acid gas removal unit, which removes CO2, a dehydration unit, and a mercury removal unit, which are required to avoid freezing problems and aluminium attack on the main cryogenic heat exchanger;
    • (iii) gas liquefaction facilities, which remove heavier components of the produced gas and liquefy the remaining gas. Each train includes a liquefaction unit and a fractionation unit. A condensate stabilization unit will serve both LNG trains.
  • LNG from the liquefaction unit is stored at near-atmospheric pressure in large storage tanks. For the initial two train development, two tanks will be installed, each with 5 approximately 170,000 m3 capacity.
  • Condensate, including product from the onshore receiving facility and the fractionation plant, after passing through the stabilization unit, is stored in a 20,000 m3 condensate tank.

Relevant Links

  1. Chiyoda LNG References
  2. JGC LNG Tank References
  3. Project page from BP
  4. KBR Partnership Awarded EPC Contract for Tangguh LNG Project Valued at $1.8 Billion
  5. Environmental Impact Assessment Report. ADB
  6. CNOOC Ltd. Ink A Deal with Talisman on Tangguh LNG Project
  7. First Cargo From Indonesia’s Tangguh LNG Project
  8. Loan for Tangguh LNG Project in Indonesia
  9. BG Group completes sale of Tangguh LNG interest
  10. BP Signs MoU with PLN to Provide Long-term Gas Supply for Domestic Needs
  11. Tohoku Electric Power Buys Tangguh LNG
  12. Tangguh Secures Us$884 Million Of Loans
  13. ARCO, BG plc Announce Agreement to Collaborate on Indonesian LNG Project; Another Successful Gas Well Drilled
  14. BP At Forefront Of China's LNG Strategy As Fujian Chooses Tangguh

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