ADNOC Gas pens agreement to supply LNG to GAIL India

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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ADNOC Gas inks LNG supply deal with GAIL India

ADNOC Gas has announced a 10-year agreement to supply 0.5 million metric tons per annum (mmtpa) of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) to GAIL India Limited, India’s leading natural gas company.

This agreement underscores ADNOC Gas’ growing global presence, particularly in the Asian LNG market, and further reinforces the relationship between the UAE and India.

Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Alebri, Chief Executive Officer of ADNOC Gas, said that, “This long-term LNG supply agreement with GAIL India marks a significant step forward in our commitment to continue providing reliable and sustainable energy solutions to our partners and customers around the world.”

“India continues to be a key market for ADNOC Gas, and this latest supply agreement underscores our ongoing dedication to fostering long-term partnerships that promote responsible energy consumption,” Mohammed Alebri added.

This agreement follows several significant international LNG sales agreements, including those with Japan Petroleum Exploration, TotalEnergies Gas and Power, Indian Oil Corporation, and PetroChina International, underscoring ADNOC Gas’ position as a global export partner of choice.

According to the statement, ADNOC Gas continues to leverage opportunities arising from ADNOC’s integrated gas masterplan, which links every part of the gas value chain in the UAE, ensuring a sustainable and economic supply of natural gas to meet local and international demand.

Within the ADNOC Group’s broader Gas masterplan, ADNOC is progressing with a new low-carbon Ruwais LNG project, currently under development in Al Ruwais Industrial City, Abu Dhabi.

The Ruwais LNG project is set to be the first LNG export facility in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to run on clean power, making it one of the lowest carbon intensity LNG plants in the world, supporting ADNOC’s accelerated Net Zero by 2045 ambition. When completed, the project is expected to consist of two 4.8 mmtpa LNG liquefaction trains with a total capacity of 9.6 mmtpa.

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