NLNG is a joint venture (JV) between NNPC, Shell, Total and Eni (with Eni having a participating interest of 10.4%).
According to Eni, the LNG will be produced from the existing Trains 1, 2 and 3 located on Bonny Island, Nigeria. Eni, through its local affiliate NAOC, is also one of the suppliers of the liquefaction plant, thus contributing to the valorisation of associated gas resources in Nigeria.
Eni claims that this latest deal, together with the one for 1.1 million t of LNG executed between Eni and NLNG last December, enables the company to increase its global LNG portfolio starting from next year, and to support further the development of its presence in the main destination markets worldwide.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/28012020/eni-signs-lng-supply-agreement-with-nigeria-lng/
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