Egyptian liquefaction plants remain economic options for feed-gas from Israel and Cyprus

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

The two Egyptian liquefaction plants located near the port of Alexandra will remain low-cost options for East Mediterranean natural gas producers such as Egypt itself, Israel and the island of Cyprus looking to export LNG and to use the existing capacity for 12.7 million tonnes per annum.


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