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Sakhalin Energy will supply the first batch of green gas to Japan

Sakhalin Energy will supply the first batch of green gas to Japan
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As early as October 2021, Sakhalin Energy will supply Japan with the first batch of green LNG. The Sakhalin company signed a supply agreement with the Japanese Toho Gas Company Limited on the sidelines of the Sakhalin Oil and Gas Forum.

According to the press service of Sakhalin Energy, the supply of environmentally friendly LNG became part of the project to introduce higher environmental standards in the company. According to Roman Dashkov, Chief Executive Officer of Sakhalin Energy, the company is currently carrying out several measures to decarbonize production. And green LNG will be the first carbon neutral supply.

The consignment will be delivered by the Russian gas carrier "Grand Aniva" to the Japanese prefecture of Aichi. The Sakhalin-2 project, which is managed by Sakhalin Energy, was launched in 2009. Production volumes are about 11,6 million tons of LNG per year. This year, Gazprom and Shell signed a five-year strategic cooperation agreement... Expansion of the Sakhalin-2 project may become one of the important directions.

 

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