BP’s Indonesia LNG project may expand
Agreement with government sets stage for a $12B third train at Tangguh, with a sizeable share of gas committed for local use
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BP has won Indonesia’s approval for a potential $12 billion expansion of the Tangguh liquefied natural gas project.
The expansion would involve developing a third liquefaction train for Tangguh, located in Papua, which is the western half of the huge island shared with Papua New Guinea.
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