Equinor inks long-term LNG agreement

The Norwegian oil company has signed a 15-year agreement on offtake of liquefied natural gas from Cheniere, the top US producer of LNG.

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From 2026 and fifteen years ahead, Equinor will take delivery of 1.75 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas per annum from US supplier Cheniere, the Norwegian company confirms Thursday.

Approximately half – 0.9 million tonnes per year – is dependent on Cheniere making an investment decision to add further capacity to its Corpus Christi LNG Terminal.

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