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ADNOC signs 10-year LNG supply agreement with GAIL

Gas processing company ADNOC Gas has today (30th January) announced the signing of a 10-year liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply agreement with GAIL India.

Under terms of the deal, ADNOC will supply GAIL with 0.5 million metric tonnes per annum of LNG.

The agreement follows several international LNG sales agreements, such as those with Japan Petroleum Exploration, TotalEnergies Gas and Power, Indian Oil Corporation, and PetroChina International.

Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Alebri, CEO of ADNOC Gas, said the agreement underscores the company’s ongoing dedication to fostering long-term partnerships that promote responsible energy consumption.

He also noted that the deal marks a significant step in the company’s commitment to providing reliable and sustainable energy solutions to its partners and customers.

In 2023, ADNOC Gas maintained strong sales momentum, signing several LNG agreements valued between $9.4bn and $12bn, while continuing to invest domestically.

Earlier this year (January 2024), the company also increased its decarbonisation and low-carbon solutions budget allocation to $23bn.

Read more: ADNOC raises decarbonisation budget to $23bn

According to S&P Global, India is expected to see a significant increase in its LNG imports in 2024, with projections indicating a growth of 7%-8% year-on-year.

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