Peru LNG demand key to Repsol’s Sagari field

Repsol is seeking to boost output from its highly prospective Block 57 in central Peru. But production levels will depend on demand from Peru LNG Repsol is seeking to boost output from its highly prospective Block 57 in central Peru. But production levels will depend on demand from Peru LNG.
By Chris Noon 10 January 2018 0 29027
Repsol's Camisea project The Camisea project in Peru. (Repsol)

Gas from Peru’s Sagari field, which began production in December 2017, will mainly feed the Peru LNG plant, Repsol has confirmed. However, output from the block could be limited by limp demand from the Peru LNG consortium. 

“Gas from Block 57 is mainly intended for export to Mexico, Europe and Asia,” a Madrid-based spokesman for Repsol told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on Tuesday. 

Repsol said in December 2017 that production from Block 57, which contains the Sagari field, would increase by 25%, to 5.6 million...

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