The four and a half year deal, with flexibility for interruptible deliveries of up to 3.4million tonnes of LNG per year, is equivalent to approximately 4.5billion cubic metres of natural gas per year.
The LNG, sourced from one of RasGas’s existing LNG production trains in Qatar, will be delivered ex-ship at the Zeebrugge LNG terminal in Belgium.
The contract marks the establishment of a long-term relationship with RasGas, according to an EDF statement, and furthers existing EDF positions in
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