TOKYO— Japan's biggest oil and gas explorer Inpex Corp. said on Aug. 8 its Ichthys LNG project in Australia is running at around 80% of full capacity, with 24 cargos being shipped in April-June despite a 15-20-day maintenance in May.
The company expects Ichthys to ship about 7 to 8 cargoes a month this year and the project is forecast to contribute 65 billion yen (US$612 million) to its group profit for the 9-month earnings this year through Dec. 31, against its earlier prediction of 60 billion yen, Inpex's Senior Managing Executive Officer Masahiro Murayama told an earnings news conference.
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