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Monday, 10 September 2018

Shell processing 250 mcf/d of gas at Idku liquefaction plant -sources

Royal Dutch Shell’s Idku liquefaction plant is reportedly processing 250 mcf/d of natural gas, compared to 150 mcf/d last year, sources close to the matter said yesterday. Shell and the Oil Ministry had agreed back in 2016 to gradually ramp up production at the Idku LNG plant. Egypt has plans to link one of its two liquefaction facilities in Idku or Damietta to Cyprus’ Aphrodite gas field via underwater pipeline as part of a wider plan to become a regional hub for energy exports to Europe.

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