Ghana may develop all three proposed LNG projects

Ghana’s president said last month that an LNG deal signed with Gazprom would replace two competing FSRU projects, but it now looks likely to run alongside them Ghana’s president said last month that an LNG deal signed with Gazprom would replace two competing FSRU projects, but it now looks likely to run alongside them.
By Leigh Elston 26 October 2017 0 28130
Tema port, ghana The Ghanaian port of Tema. (Jonathan Ernst, World Bank)

Ghana may move forward with the development of all three of its proposed LNG import projects, the country’s energy minister, Boakye Agyarko, has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily

Two of the planned terminals were presumed to have been cancelled after Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo said last month that only the project led by Gazprom would go ahead. However, the apparently abandoned projects may instead be developed at different locations, said the minister.

“There are new things coming up that will require us to add more LNG,...

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