Chinese firm buys stake in QLD gas project
BG Group has sold a quarter of its massive
The sale will increase the interest of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) in the first of two "trains" or liquefaction units to be built on Curtis Island at Gladstone, from 10 per cent to 50 per cent – effectively a quarter of the LNG project.
CNOOC will also take a 25 per cent stake in certain Bowen and Surat Basin fields, which will supply coal seam gas to the LNG plant.
BG also announced a new gas sale to CNOOC, 5 million tonnes a year, partly supplied by the Queensland Curtis LNG project, which is being managed by BG's Australian subsidiary QGC as operator and majority owner.
Advertisement Announcement of the sale came as BG reported its September quarter earnings, which triggered a 14 per cent drop in its share price – a record one-day fall for the stock - after chief executive Frank Chapman said production would be flat next year.
In July BG already lowered its production assessment for 2012, but analysts had been expecting 10 per cent growth in 2013,
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