PetroChina, Qatargas and Shell Sign First Long-Term LNG Deal

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Qatargas, Shell and PetroChina signed binding sales and purchase agreements that will lead to the long-term supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) originating from The State of Qatar to the rapidly growing Chinese market.
The agreements were signed in by His Excellency Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy and Industry of Qatar, Jiang Jiemin, President of National Petroleum Corporation and Chairman of PetroChina Company Ltd and Ms. Linda Cook, Executive Director of Royal Dutch Shell plc.
The LNG will be provided from the Qatargas 4 project in and shipped to PetroChina’s LNG receiving terminals upon the start-up of commercial operations of these facilities.  The agreements are for 3 million tons per annum of LNG for 25 years.
The Qatargas 4 LNG project, currently under construction in , is a partnership between Qatar Petroleum (70%) and Shell (30%). Shell has the largest global position in LNG amongst the major international energy companies.

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