Kogas of South Korea Agrees to Pay More for Yemeni LNG

Kogas of South Korea Agrees to Pay More for Yemeni LNG

Kogas of South Korea, the world’s largest corporate buyer of LNG, has reportedly agreed to pay a higher price of $14 per million Btu for the LNG it purchases from Yemen.

The new price was made effective retroactively to January 1, 2014 and negotiations are still underway with Total and GDF Suez,” Abdulqawi Al-Odain, head of the Media Department of the Ministry of Oil and Minerals, told the Yemen Times.

KOGAS earlier paid $3.15 per million Btu for the LNG it imports from Yemen.

Total-run Yemen LNG has three long-term contracts with GDF Suez, Total and Kogas.

GDF Suez’ contract is for 2.5 million mt/year for North America, Total for 2 million mt/year for the US, and Kogas 2 million mt/year for its domestic market.

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LNG World News Staff, February 5, 2014; Image: Yemen LNG

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