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Behind the scenes of Prelude FLNG mooring

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After completing a journey of nearly 6000 kms, Prelude FLNG has arrived in Australia, where it will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the next 25 years. The short film shows how the project team conducted the mooring procedure of the largest floating facility ever built.

This is the culmination of 4-5 years of mooring planning and the project team has created one of the strongest mooring systems ever built, to make the FLNG facility officially storm-safe.

Prelude, built at the Samsung Heavy Industries, South Korea, and operated by Shell, Inpex, Kogas and OPIC, is expected to produce 3.6 million tons of LNG and 1.3 million tons of condensate and 0.4 million tons of LPG per year.

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