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Sakhalin Energy PSA Project Sakhalin-2 Installs and Launches New Compressor - EastRussia | Far East






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The operator of the PSA project "Sakhalin-2" Sakhalin Energy installed and commissioned a new compressor

Sakhalin Energy, operator of the Sakhalin-2 PSA project, installed and commissioned a new compressor of the integrated onshore processing complex (OPF) to replace the broken one, which allowed to restore production in the fields in full

This was reported by the company's representative Larissa Yamamoto.

L. Yamamoto noted that with the launch of the compressor, production at the fields within the Sakhalin-2 project was resumed in full.
"Currently, the company is investigating the causes of malfunction in the equipment. Based on the results of the investigation, a decision will be taken on the need to conduct an unscheduled inspection of the second gas compressor, "she said.

L. Yamamoto also noted that there is a small probability of impact on the schedule of supplies of liquefied natural gas, the company is taking all possible measures to reduce the potential impact.

According to the representative of the company, Sakhalin Energy ships LNG tankers of various deadweight each 2-3 day. In a year the company ships about 10,8 million tons of LNG.

L. Yamamoto also informed that at present the assessment of material damage continues, Interfax notes.

The main purpose of the OPF is to prepare gas and condensate from the Lunskoye field for transmission through the pipeline to the oil export terminal and the LNG plant at the Prigorodnoye production complex. The OPF also receives oil and gas produced on the Piltun-Astokhskoye oilfield platforms for further transportation via pipeline to the oil export terminal in the south of the island. In this case, pumping stations are used that can pump up to 25 thousand tons per day.
The complex can process 51 million cubic meters of gas per day and more than 7 thousand tons of condensate / oil per day.

The LNG plant - on the Sakhalin-2 project - was launched in 2009 year. Shareholders Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd. Gazprom is 50% plus one share, Shell is 27,5% minus one share, Mitsui is 12,5%, Mitsubishi is 10%.