Talks begin on Nigeria LNG Train 7 volumes

By Miriam Malek 13 April 2017
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Bonny Island LNG, Nigeria. An FID for the plant’s seventh train is due in 2020. (Shell) Bonny Island LNG, Nigeria. An FID for the plant’s seventh train is due in 2020. (Shell)

Representatives of Nigeria LNG (NLNG) have met IOCs to discuss the sale of volumes from the planned 4.3 mtpa seventh train at Bonny Island, an NLNG employee has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

“I understand [NLNG and potential gas supply offtakers] are in the preliminary stages of discussions,” said the employee, who wished to remain anonymous. “No commitments yet but discussions are [ongoing].”

Talks over the construction of a seventh train have been taking place for more than five years and the train is now scheduled to reach FID in early 2020. But funds for the development of the project are dependent on securing firm long-term commitments from buyers, the employee said.

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