News
02 September 2020

CNOOC looking to refinance Curtis LNG stake

In:
Oil & gas
Region:
Asia-Pacific

CNOOC has received proposals from banks for the refinancing of around $1 billion of its debt on the Curtis LNG project in Australia. Operational since 2015, train one of Curtis LNG is owned 50/50 by Shell and CNOOC, and train two by Shell (97.5%) and Tokyo Gas (2.5%). The refinancing proposals for...

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