Sakhalin Energy Wraps Maintenance at Offshore Platform

June 22, 2021

PA-B platform - Credit: Sakhalin Energy
PA-B platform - Credit: Sakhalin Energy

Russian liquefied natural gas producer (LNG) Sakhalin Energy said on Monday a planned shutdown on its Piltun-Astokhskaya-B (PA-B) offshore oil and gas production platform had been successfully completed.

The PA-B platform was the first this year to shut for planned maintenance among the production assets of LNG plant Sakhalin-2, the company said this month.

Sakhalin Energy produced and shipped record volumes of LNG in 2020, topping 11.6 million tonnes. The company supplies LNG to the Asia-Pacific, with major customers in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and China.

Equity holders in Sakhalin Energy include Gazprom, Royal Dutch Shell and Japanese firms Mitsui and Mitsubishi Corp.

(Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; Writing by Alexander Marrow; Editing by Edmund Blair)



Current News

Esgian: Seadrill’s Fleet Value Plunges

Esgian: Seadrill’s Fleet Value Plunges

RockRose Takes Over SSE's UK North Sea Gas Fields

RockRose Takes Over SSE's UK North Sea Gas Fields

New Kupe Compressor to 'Allow Us to Suck Harder on the Straw,' NZOG CEO Says

New Kupe Compressor to 'Allow Us to Suck Harder on the Straw,' NZOG CEO Says

Germany's Nord Stream 2 Gatekeeper: The Long Road Until Gas Flows

Germany's Nord Stream 2 Gatekeeper: The Long Road Until Gas Flows

Subscribe for OE Digital E‑News

Offshore Engineer Magazine