MOU signed for Senegal’s FLNG terminal
- Project & Tenders
A preliminary agreement to build a floating LNG regasification terminal and a 400-megawatt power station was signed between Senelec of Senegal, Nebras Power of Qatar and Japan’s Mitsui & Co.
Fuel prices have hit Senegal’s power utility, and the company is looking to introduce LNG into its energy mix, Reuters reports.
According to a statement issued following the signature of the memorandum of understanding, Senelec stressed the intention of the Senegalese government to boost the country’s growth and secure power supply.
LNG World News Staff