×
×
Markets & Forecasts

Oman weighs bunkering, GTL as gas output soars

Oman needs to expedite the development of its LNG bunkering and GTL facilities as its power and fertiliser sectors will struggle to absorb the additional gas from its proposed upstream projects Oman needs to expedite the development of its LNG bunkering and GTL facilities as its power and fertiliser sectors will struggle to absorb the additional gas from its proposed upstream projects.
By Abhishek Kumar 19 August 2019 Middle East & Africa / Exploration & Production 0 34487
Non-associated gas has allowed Oman to maximise its LNG export potential. (Oman LNG)

Oman has a gas-oversupply problem on its hands. This is in stark contrast to the situation a few years ago, when the government struggled to guarantee supply of feedstock gas to newly built power plants. Oman is in the middle of a non-associated gas revolution, which has already benefited domestic gas consumers and boosted the sultanate’s LNG exports. Nevertheless, with more new upstream projects due to come online over the coming years, Oman is looking at options for LNG bunkering and GTL production as the...