Gaz de France to take first Nigeria LNG

10/25/1999
The first cargo of LNG from Nigeria LNG Ltd.'s Bonny Island liquefaction plant arrived at Gaz de France's Montoir de Bretagne terminal on Oct. 19.The LNG Lagos carrier delivered the shipment, which is intended for Italy's ENEL. Under the terms of a contract signed between GdF and ENEL in 1997, over the next 20 years, GdF will receive at Montoir 3.5 billion cu m/year of natural gas to be purchased by ENEL from NLNG.GdF will deliver to ENEL, through ENI affiliate Snam, equivalent quantities of Russian gas transiting Baumgarten, Austria, and Algerian LNG delivered by GdF to a terminal at Panigaglia, Italy. Beginning in 2001, when the first stage of the Les Marches du Nord-Est gas pi...
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