BP Tangguh LNG Development, Indonesia.

The Project involves the tapping of six fields to extract combined proven reserves of around 14.4 trillion cubic feet of clean gas. Two normally unmanned offshore production platforms located in Bintuni Bay will collect gas from the reservoir, then send it through sub-sea pipelines to an LNG processing facility on the south shore. From here, LNG will go to energy markets using LNG tankers.
The LNG processing plant will initially consist of two ‘trains’ (the units that purify and liquefy gas), producing at least 7.6 million metric tons of LNG a year. Other facilities at the site includes storage tanks, an LNG tanker loading terminal, as well as maintenance facilities, offices and a personnel accommodation complex.