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Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) has this week confirmed the second train at their liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility on Curtis Island is now operational and has produced a cargo of LNG.

This follows the successful completion of the 120-day operational test for their first train.

The milestone completes the construction of three major projects on Curtis Island, consisting of six trains in total, with an ability to export up to 25.3mtpa of LNG.

The pipelines are contracted to deliver 4,520TJ per day and are currently averaging 3,300TJ per day

The Queensland Gas Pipeline (QGP) and Roma Brisbane Pipeline (RBP) where most gas is sent for consumption by commercial and residential customers in QLD, are transporting an average of 215TJ per day (combined). This is 1/15th of the volumes being transported to Curtis Island.

In further news, APLNG recently signed a Gas Transportation Agreement with APA Group to build a bi-directional pipeline from their Reedy Creek Gas Plant to Wallumbilla. This will provide APLNG with direct access to the Wallumbilla Gas Supply Hub and the east coast gas market. In doing so, APLNG is positively supporting COAG’s Gas Market Reform Package.

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