August 2012

Bonus Report: LNG Developments

PERU LNG: Executing Peru’s largest industrial project

The PERU LNG project includes a liquefaction plant, marine export facilities with an island breakwater, and a 408-km pipeline that connects to an existing pipeline in the Ayacucho mountains. Hunt Oil Co. is the operator.

Peru LNG is Latin America’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project. It was developed by a consortium of Hunt Oil Co. (50%), SK Energy (20%), Repsol YPF (20%) and Marubeni Corp. (10%). The PERU LNG project includes a liquefaction plant, marine export facilities with an island breakwater, and a 408-km pipeline that connects to an existing pipeline in the Ayacucho mountains. Hunt Oil Co. is the operator of the PERU LNG liquefaction plant and LNG loading terminal, and Stream—a joint venture of Repsol YPF and Gas Natural—has exclusive rights to market the 4.5 million metric tons (metric MMt) of LNG produced each year. Total investment for the project was US$3.8 billion

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