The UK to rely even more on Qatar

The UK to rely even more on Qatar Qatar Petroleum and National Grid of the UK, operator of the 14.80 million t/y Grain LNG import terminal, recently entered into a long-term agreement for LNG storage and regasification capacity. According to a press release from Qatar Petroleum, the 25-year agreement will run from mid-2025 to 2050 for up to 7.2 million t/y of the terminal’s future throughput capacity. This is a significant milestone for Europe’s largest LNG import terminal, and the world’s former number one exporter. With the planned North Field Expansion (NFE), 4 train, phase I due to be commissioned in 2025, this would suggest a home for at least one future train’s exports. The remaining

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