Shell to sell LNG assets with 15-year contract

03 June 2020 - 12:00 am UTC

Royal Dutch Shell has formally started a sale process to sell a stake in shared gas assets at Queensland Curtis LNG’s gas export terminal in Australia.

Financial adviser Rothschild sent out a flyer – seen by Inframation – earlier this week confirming the 26.25% interest in “common use facilities” on offer. The assets include LNG storage tanks, utilities such as water, fuel and flare systems and marine facilities for LNG ship loading such as jetties on Curtis Island and Gladstone.

 

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