Angola LNG and Glencore have signed a multi-year LNG sales agreement.
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Under the agreement, Angola LNG will deliver LNG cargoes to Glencore at destinations worldwide.
Angola LNG Marketing Ltd said: “Following on from the other sales agreements recently announced by ALNG, this is another step in building a strong sales portfolio with some of the most important players in the global LNG market. We look forward to our relationship with Glencore. These sales are all underpinned by the safe and reliable operations at ALNG’s plant in Soyo.”
Glencore added: “Glencore is delighted to establish this long-term contract with ALNG. The agreement provides security of supply for both companies in their expanding portfolios and we look forward to a successful partnership.”