The Viva Energy Gas Terminal Project comprises the development of a gas terminal using a ship known as a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU), which would be continuously moored at Refinery Pier in Corio Bay, Geelong.
The FSRU would store Liquid Nitrogen Gas (LNG) received from visiting LNG carriers (that would moor directly adjacent to the FSRU), and regasify the LNG as required to meet south-eastern Australian gas market demand.
The key components of the project:
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