MEO Australia on Thursday said it has received Updated Environmental Approvals for its Tassie Shoal Projects proposed for offshore Northern Australia which extends the approvals period for the LNG project to 2052, and increase the flexibility to process gas of varying qualities into LNG.
TSLNG has a design capacity of 3 mtpa and provides significant cost savings compared to other LNG development options and the updated environmental approvals clarify the potential for TSLNG to accept all gas qualities and compete on an even footing with other development options, MEO said.
Under full development the 2 methanol plants would use 440,000 standard cubic feet per day (4 trillion cubic feet) of raw gas over 25 years.
"These updated environmental approvals for the LNG project now align both the requirements for feedstock gas and the approval period to 2052. The Tassie Shoal projects represent a high potential, low cost and long-term opportunity for MEO shareholders ... The unique concept of the Tassie Shoal Projects represents an opportunity for industry to collaborate with MEO to commercialize the significant, undeveloped discovered resources in the region for the benefit of all stakeholders,” MEO Managing Director & CEO Peter Stickland said.
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