Russia's Gazprom Signs LNG Supply Deal With Ghana
MOSCOW, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Russian gas giant Gazprom has signed a 12-year deal to supply Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) with liquefied natural gas, a subsidiary of Gazprom Marketing & Trading Group said on Monday.
Gazprom Global LNG Limited (GGLNG) said LNG supplies were due to start in 2019.
The agreement is the first stage in a planned series of partnerships between GGLNG and GNPC, with both companies working to develop the infrastructure and services required to manage and market the projected gas flows from the region, Gazprom said.
It did not disclose further details.
(Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; editing by Susan Thomas)
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