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EthosEnergy awarded contract with MLNG

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EthosEnergy has been awarded a US$176.8 million contract by Magnolia LNG (MLNG) for the first third party operations and maintenance (O&M) services partnership at their Lake Charles production facility in Louisiana, US.

The O&M specific services include mobilisation followed by full care, custody and control of the facility, as well as full responsibility for filling operations of the vessels at the dedicated mooring location adjacent to the facility.

John Baguley, Chief Operating Officer of Magnolia LNG said, "The operations and maintenance agreement we have reached with EthosEnergy is an important step in our programme to transition Magnolia from our current activities focused on permitting and design, into the subsequent construction, commissioning and LNG production phases.”

"We are committed to establishing the tools, processes, and procedures that enable MLNG to achieve the highest levels of excellence in plant reliability and safety. We look forward to integrating EthosEnergy into our team as a cornerstone element in achieving this necessary excellence. The established relationship between Siemens and EthosEnergy represents an added benefit to this arrangement now that we have selected Siemens to provide our process compressor equipment."

Mark Dobler, CEO of EthosEnergy said, "We have leveraged our extensive O&M experience gained in the power generation sector to position us well to deliver these services in the oil and gas and wider energy-related markets. The depth and breadth of this expertise allows us to provide MLNG with a tailored solution, adding value to the lifecycle of the project and supporting the transition of Magnolia into the production phase. Our tried and tested O&M performance management systems and technology are designed to drive facility production effectiveness and identify improvements that will deliver long term efficiencies for MLNG."

Specific EthosEnergy O&M services include mobilisation followed by full care, custody, control O&M services for a 4 train, 2 million tpy each, natural gas liquefaction facility. EthosEnergy will also be responsible for filling operations of the vessels at the dedicated mooring location adjacent to the facility.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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