Mitsubishi to Supply Turbines for Mozambique Natural Gas Project

  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has reached an agreement with ExxonMobil and its co-venture partners to supply H-00 gas turbine and compressor packages for the Rovuma LNG Phase 1 project in Mozambique.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, who was selected for the Rovuma LNG project, will be a part of the development of one of the world’s largest natural gas liquefaction plants in Mozambique’s remote northern area.

The project plan is for two liquefied natural gas trains, each expected to produce at least 7.6 million tonnes per annum (MTA).

MHI President & CEO Seiji Izumisawa commented: “We are pleased that ExxonMobil and their partners were the first to select MHI’s H-100 driven compressor trains for their Rovuma LNG project and anticipate future uses for the flexible turbine design.

“…This project will allow us to demonstrate the benefits of MHI’s LNG solution in terms of lower production costs, increased productivity, reduced complexity and lower lifecycle costs, while significantly reducing plant emissions.”

Author: GBA News Desk/ESI-Africa Contributor

This article was originally published on ESI Africa and is republished with permission with minor editorial changes.

 

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