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Malaysia's Petronas this week added another first to its list of accomplishments in pioneering LNG production using floating (FLNG) technology. Petronas became the first global energy company to own and produce from two floating LNG (FLNG) facilities, following the successful first shipping of LNG from its PFLNG DUA facility on 24 March. The Seri Camar LNG carrier transported the cargo to Thailand. PFLNG DUA works in deep water and can reach gas fields in water depths of up to 1500 m; its capacity is 1.5 mtpa of LNG. It passed subsea commissioning and produced first LNG in February.