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Oman signs LNG supply pact with Turkey’s Botas

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Oman LNG said the supply agreement will commence in 2025

State-backed Oman LNG has signed an agreement with Turkey’s Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corporation to supply one million metric tonnes per annum (mtpa) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for 10 years.

The agreement will commence in 2025, the state-run Oman News Agency reported.

Hamed Mohammed Al Nu’amani, CEO of Oman LNG, said the agreement with Botas strengthens the company’s portfolio in Eurasia, which is a growing market.

With its strategic location, Turkey is a vital energy hub and a bridge between Europe and Asia.

Al Nu’amani said Turkey’s extensive pipeline network and well-developed infrastructure enable the efficient transportation of energy resources, including LNG, to various destinations.

Last month, Oman LNG signed a three-year pact to supply 0.4 mtpa of LNG to the German-headquartered Sefe Secure Energy in Europe in 2026.

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