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The Lithuanian Parliament has voted to operate the country's existing LNG import facility at least until 2044. The government has confirmed this decision and has advised the state-run terminal operator Klaipėdos Nafta to either purchase the existing leased operational floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) by late 2024 or to replace it with a new LNG storage vessel after this date. Lithuania currently uses the Independence FSRU under the framework of a 10-year lease, which runs out at the end of 2024.
Iran's state-run Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) forecasts that the gas production of the South Pars offshore gas field will reach over 630 mcm/d by the end of March 2019, when all the project's remaining phases are completed. The current production level stands at 580 mcm/d and most of the phases are fully operational at the moment.
According to US-based project company Cheniere Energy, the first commissioning cargo of LNG has loaded and departed from its US$15bn Corpus Christi liquefaction and export terminal project in Texas (United States). This marks the first export of LNG from the state and as well from a greenfield export project in the Lower 48 states.
According to the Russian independent gas producer Novatek, its joint venture (JV) Yamal LNG has reached full capacity at the plant’s three LNG liquefaction trains. The three 5.5 Mt/year liquefaction trains of the Yamal LNG project are now operational with a total combined nameplate capacity of 16.5 Mt/year.