MAN Energy Solutions has completed the installation and commissioning of the Origin Energy-operated Talinga Orana gas gathering station.
Located 30km southwest of Chinchilla, the dual train Talinga Orana Gas Gathering Station is vital for continued sustainability of Australia Pacific LNG’s upstream asset portfolio and its ability to bring gas to market.
The station allows Origin to optimise CSG production, specifically from the Orana and Talinga gas fields in the Surat Basin.
MAN said it had installed and commissioned two electric motor driven RB56 compressor trains at Talinga.
In August Origin Energy said APLNG revenue for FY2020 had declined 5% to $2.65 billion in spite of record production 265.3PJ. The record production, which was four percent higher than 2019, was offset by fewer gas purchases, gas inventory movements, a higher proportion of spot LNG sales and lower domestic prices.
APLNG celebrated the milestone of its 500th gas cargo in June and shipped 28 cargoes during the quarter, taking its total cargoes for 2020 to 125.