Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh said the Yemeni LNG plant will begin exports to foreign markets in May 2009. The project was orginally scheduled to come onstream in December 2008. Saleh said the project was 80% complete and that the first gas volumes, supplied via a 320 km pipeline from block 18 of the Marib gas field, were now filling tanks at Belhalf.
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