ONA: Oman will start supplying approximately 2.35 million tons of LNG per year to Japan from 2025
DOHA, December 27 – RIA Novosti. Oman’s state-owned liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply company signed an agreement Tuesday with three Japanese companies to begin supplying LNG to Japan from 2025, Oman News Agency reported. HIM.
Also, according to the agency, at a meeting in Muscat, representatives of Japan and Oman expanded the cooperation agreement in the oil and gas sector as well as “clean” energy and agreed on cooperation in the use of hydrogen. , ammonia fuel and methane production.
Previously, Japan signed agreements with Saudi Arabia on hydrogen production.
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