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MELBOURNE, June 28 (Reuters) - AGL Energy said on Friday it expects to start delivering gas from its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) import jetty in Victoria state sometime between January and June 2022, at least a year later than previously flagged, due to a prolonged environmental review. Australia's top power producer had previously targeted first gas during the year to June 2021.

LNG import Crib Point, Port Kembla, Longford, Outer Harbor, Newcastle,project Victoria New South Victoria South New Southlocation Wales Australia WalesOwner AGL Energy Australian Exxon Venice Energy SouthIndustrial Mobil Corp set up by Korea-based,Energy (AIE), private firm private firmbacked by Integrated EPIK,Andrew Global working withForrest's Partners, in Hyundai LNGSquadron talks with ShippingEnergy with MitsubishiJapan's JERA, Corp

Marubeni

Annual 130-140 PJ 100 PJ Not 80 PJ Could

handle

capacity available more than

300 PJ

Model Contract LNG JERA to help Exxon Toll for LNG Toll for

LNG

supply, sell secure LNG would traders to traders togas to AGL's supply. AEI secure use facility use facilitycustomers lining up LNG, sellcontracts to gas tosell gas to existingindustrial customers

customers

Final FY2020* mid-2019 No date Late 2019 H1 2020

Investment Decision

Target H2 FY2022 late-2020 2022 FY2021 2021

start-up

Status State State Early Aim to submit Aim toenvironmental approved phase of development securereview April 2019 assessing application regulatoryproject April 2019 approval by

Q2 2020

Estimated A$250 mln, A$200 mln to not A$750 mln to US$430 mln,cost excluding A$250 mln, available A$850 mln, includingcost to excluding includes cost ofcharter FSRU charter building a building anfloating cost 500 megawatt FSRUstorage and gas-firedregasificatio power plant

n unit (FSRU)

Analysts/i Most likely Likely Possible Unlikely Unlikely

ndustry view on likelihood of going ahead Sources: Projects, Department of Industry, ACCC

* Financial year July 2019-June 2020

(Reporting by Sonali Paul; Editing by Tom Hogue)