Trillium Flow Technologies said its French unit has secured a safety valves contract for Novatek’s second Arctic LNG export project in Russia.
Arctic LNG 2 project’s EPC contractor TechnipFMC awarded the contract to Trillium France.
Under the deal, the valve and pump firm said it would supply 659 Sarasin-RSBD pilot-operated and direct spring-loaded valves.
In addition, Trillium said this award comes some four years after it won a contract for Novatek’s first Arctic project, Yamal LNG.
To remind, Novatek said in November last year its second Arctic LNG export project was about 29 percent complete.
The project located on the Gydan peninsula includes the construction of three LNG trains with a capacity of 6.6 mtpa, each, using gravity-based structure platforms.
Moreover, the Russian producer expects to launch the first LNG train in 2023, with LNG trains 2 and 3 to follow in 2024 and 2026, respectively.
According to Novatek, Capital expenditures to launch the project at full capacity will reach about $21.3 billion.
Novatek is the project operator with a 60 percent stake, France’s Total 10 owns percent while CNPC and CNOOC of China have 10 percent, each.
Japan Arctic LNG, a consortium of Mitsui & Co and Jogmec owns a 10 percent stake in the project as well.