Indonesia to divert more LNG cargoes before demand ramps up
The Indonesian national oil company has standing offtake agreements with Anadarko Petroleum’s Mozambique LNG and Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi projects. These projects have either started production or are due to start shipping LNG from the 2020s
Energy consultant WoodMac predicts that Indonesia will require LNG imports only from the 2030s. That would predispose the country’s national oil company to offload some cargoes it has committed to receive from mega LNG projects before the 2030s
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