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Adnoc Looks For Partners For LNG Export Terminal

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Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (Adnoc) has reached out to potential partners for an equity position in its planned new LNG export terminal in Fujairah, according to Energy Intelligence.

  • The project is eyed to come online by 2026.
  • The 9.6 mn t/yr Fujairah expansion would lift Adnoc's overall LNG capacity to around 15.4mn tons/yr.
  • Interest in gas supplies from Abdu Dhabi has come from Germany and Austria since the decline in Russian supplies.
  • Adnoc is looking for partners to move quickly on the FID.
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Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (Adnoc) has reached out to potential partners for an equity position in its planned new LNG export terminal in Fujairah, according to Energy Intelligence.

  • The project is eyed to come online by 2026.
  • The 9.6 mn t/yr Fujairah expansion would lift Adnoc's overall LNG capacity to around 15.4mn tons/yr.
  • Interest in gas supplies from Abdu Dhabi has come from Germany and Austria since the decline in Russian supplies.
  • Adnoc is looking for partners to move quickly on the FID.