TotalEnergies extends partnership with Oman LNG


TotalEnergies has expanded its partnership with Oman LNG, an Omani liquefied natural gas (LNG) joint venture in which the Company holds a 5.54% stake.

In an agreement signed today (2nd Nov), TotalEnergies said it will extend its interest in Oman LNG beyond 2024, for another ten years. It will also extend its interest in the Qalhat LNG project by five years. The decision was made to reduce the plant’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Located on the northeast coast of Oman, the Oman LNG liquefaction complex is comprised of two liquefaction trains, each with a capacity of 3.8 million metric tonnes of LNG per year.

It is adjacent to the Qalhat LNG project, comprising one 3.8 million metric tonnes per year LNG train, in which Oman LNG holds a stake. This brings the site’s total production to 11.4 million metric tonnes per year.

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