Oman LNG on Tuesday signed an agreement to export 2.35 million tonnes of LNG annually to Japan’s top electricity generator, JERA, and trading houses Mitsui & Co and Itochu Corp, state news agency ONA reported.
The contracts will run over five and 10 years, beginning in 2025, ONA said.
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The agreement was signed during a visit to Oman by Japanese industry minister Yasutoshi Nishimura.
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