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  • QatarEnergy and Sinopec sign a 27-year 4 million tons per annum LNG supply agreement to China
    édité le 21/11/2022 - Plus de news de "QatarEnergy" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "QatarEnergy"


QatarEnergy and Sinopec sign a 27-year 4 million tons per annum LNG supply agreement to China
QatarEnergy entered into a 27-year Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) for the supply of 4 million tons per annum (MTPA) of LNG to the People's Republic of China.

Under the terms of the SPA, the contracted LNG volumes will be supplied from QatarEnergy’s North Filed East (NFE) LNG expansion project and will be delivered to Sinopec’s receiving terminals in China.

His Excellency Mr. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, the President and CEO of QatarEnergy, and Dr. MA Yongsheng, the Chairman of Sinopec, signed the agreement today during a hybrid virtual / physical ceremony. Joining H.E. Minister Al-Kaabi at QatarEnergy’s headquarters in Doha were senior executives from both companies, while Dr. MA and other high level Sinopec executives participated virtually from Beijing.

In his remarks at the signing ceremony, His Excellency Minister Al-Kaabi said: “We are pleased to enter into this agreement, which will further solidify the excellent bilateral relations between the People’s Republic of China and the State of Qatar and help meet China's growing energy needs. In addition, it opens a new and exciting chapter in our relationship with Sinopec, one that is very special and spans a number of different areas, and which we are excited about further growing and expanding into the 2050s.”

His Excellency Minister Al-Kaabi added: “This is the first long-term SPA from the NFE project to be announced, and marks the longest gas supply agreement in the history of the LNG industry.”

H.E. Minister Al-Kaabi concluded his remarks by expressing his thanks and appreciation to the working teams from Sinopec, QatarEnergy and Qatargas, for their dedication and sincere efforts to conclude the SPA, and gratitude to the leadership of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, for his unwavering support to Qatar’s energy sector.

On his part, Dr. MA Yongsheng, the Chairman of Sinopec, said: “The signing of the long-term LNG SPA with QatarEnergy is a milestone and an important part of the integrated cooperation between the two sides on the NFE project. Qatar is the world’s largest LNG supplier, and China is the world’s largest LNG importer. The two countries share inherent complementarities and a good foundation for energy cooperation. The friendly and close ties between the two countries have created a good environment for us to constantly deepen cooperation. Sinopec attaches great importance to the cooperation with QatarEnergy, who we regard as a strategic, long-term and all-round partner, and we are expecting more cooperation fruits to come. Sinopec has been always committed to the development of green and clean energy. Our integrated cooperation with QatarEnergy on the NFE project could not only meet the needs of the Chinese market, but also reflect Sinopec's commitment to a low-carbon, green, safe, responsible and sustainable development path.”

The agreement is the second LNG SPA between QatarEnergy and Sinopec, following the 10-year SPA signed in March 2021 for the supply of 2 MTPA to China.

The SPA is also the first long term LNG offtake agreement from the NFE Expansion project, and comes on the heels of QatarEnergy’s conclusion of the formation of eight international partnership agreements for the North Field East and North Field South (NFS) projects, which are expected to come online in 2026 and 2027, respectively.
QatarEnergy has also concluded construction contracts and long-term time charter agreements for 60 LNG carriers as part of its historic LNG shipbuilding program in support of both the NFE and NFS expansion projects, with the number expected to grow to almost 100 in the future.

About QatarEnergy

As a fully integrated energy corporation, QatarEnergy covers the full spectrum of the oil and gas value chain – from exploration to production, from processing and refining to sales and delivery.
As stewards of Qatar's natural resources and the world's largest provider of LNG, our strength rests in our ready access to Qatar's unique reserves to provide energy that fuels social and economic prosperity.

About Sinopec

China Petrochemical Corporation (the Company) was established in July 1998 on the basis of the former China Petrochemical Corporation, a move by the central government to strategically restructure the petroleum and petrochemical industry. It was further incorporated as a limited liability corporation in August 2018. A super large petroleum and petrochemical group, the Company has a registered capital of 326.5 billion yuan with the chairman of the board of Sinopec Group serving as its legal representative. Headquartered in Beijing, it exercises the investor's rights to the related state assets owned by its full subsidiaries, controlled companies and share-holding companies, including receiving returns on assets, making major decisions and appointing managers. It operates, manages and supervises state assets according to related laws, and shoulders the corresponding responsibility of maintaining and increasing the value of state assets.


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