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Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 01:03 PM AST

Dragon gas field expected to supply 100 mmscfd

Venezuela's Dragon gas field, to which Royal Dutch Shell is building a connecting pipeline to its Hibiscus field in Trinidad & Tobago waters, is expected to initially supply 100 millions standard cubic feet of gas per day (mmscfd) and then an additional 150 mmscfd, Venezuela's state-owned integrated oil and gas company said today in a release.

Shell executives working on the project visited the Venezuelan government again on the project:

Some of the gas will go to Point Fortin-based liquified natural gas (LNG) supplier Atlantic but until the connecting pipeline is ready, all of it will go to the PDVSA-onwed Complejo Industrial Gasífero Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, in Güiria, Sucre state.

UPDATE (August 11, 2017):

- Then a team from Venezuela and Shell visited Trinidad & Tobago but nothing new was said:

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