Coral FLNG Announces the Last Topside Module Lifting for the Coral-Sul FLNG

November 8, 2020 | Oil & Gas | Energy Facts Staff Writer | 2min

Coral FLNG announces the lifting and installation of the last of the 13 topside modules of the Coral-Sul FLNG facility, currently under construction in South Korea within the framework of the Eni operated Coral South Project.

The 70.000 (seventy thousands) tons massive topside is now making the full shape of the gas treatment and liquefaction plant almost completed, while integrations and commissioning activities are already proceeding targeting commencement of LNG production in Mozambique in 2022.

“This is a great achievement for Area 4 Partners, in middle of all struggles caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and confirms our commitment to the successful development of the Coral South Project.” stated Roberto Dall’Omo, the General Manager of Eni Rovuma Basin.

Coral FLNG SA is a jointly incorporated company established in Mozambique by Eni and its Partners, namely ExxonMobil, CNODC, ENH, Galp and Kogas, to build, develop and operate the Coral Sul FLNG.

Coral South is the pioneering project for the development and production of the considerable gas sources Eni discovered in Area 4 of the Rovuma Basin, based on the Coral Sul FLNG, the first worldwide deepwater floating liquefaction natural gas plant, with a liquefaction capacity of ~ 3,4 million tons per annum.