June 18th PrimeLNG reported that Eni says Coral Sul FLNG gets first gas off Mozambique.
Coral Sul FLNG is using ASaP’s Phazers and Intermittent LNG Sampler with integrated mercury sampling is the first FLNG operating in ultra-deep waters, connected to an underwater system at a depth of around 2,000 meters. With a length of 432 meters and width of 66 meters, it has the capacity to accommodate up to 350 people in its eight-story living quarter module. Moreover, the FLNG will receive fuel from the Coral gas field in the Area 4 of the Rovuma basin, which has about 16 Tcf of gas in place.
Originally ASaP has delivered 4 Phazers via Emerson and our Italian partner DiPietroGroup. During the project we had a lot and constructive meetings with Technip Energies from Paris as well which results in the delivery an ASaP Intermittent LNG Sampler together with an integrated mercury sampler via DiPietroGroup. Due to the limited available space ASaP designed one of their most compact intermittent samplers which had still a very good accessibility for operators.