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Bay of Bengal gas project advances

Reliance continues to progress its KGD6 development, but the scheme has experienced some delays

India’s Reliance Industries expects the MJ field to start gas production in the third quarter of the 2023 financial year, further boosting output from its wider offshore KG D6 development. The start date has slipped, however. Earlier this year, BP—Reliance’s partner in the project—suggested that MJ would “come onstream towards the latter half of 2022”. Reliance owns 66.67pc of KG D6 and BP holds the remaining 33.33pc. 30mn m³/d—2023 target for KG D6 output The startup of the floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel-serviced MJ gas and condensate field will lift KG D6’s production above 30mn m3/d in 2023, “meeting up to 15pc of India’s gas demand”, according t

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