Tokyo Gas and Centrica have agreed to jointly purchase 2.6 million tpy, delivered ex-ship from the Mozambique LNG Project from the start-up of production until the early 2040s.
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Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. and Centrica LNG Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of the UK-based energy and services company Centrica plc have announced that they have jointly signed a non-binding Heads of Agreement (HoA) with the jointly-owned sales entity of the Mozambique Area 1 joint venture partners for the long-term offtake of LNG.
Tokyo Gas and Centrica have agreed to jointly purchase 2.6 million tpy, delivered ex-ship from the Mozambique LNG Project from the start-up of production until the early 2040s. The supply agreement provides the project with key foundation customers which will facilitate the final investment decision by the Mozambique Area 1 joint venture partners.
Tokyo Gas and Centrica signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in November 2016 to collaborate in their LNG activities. This co-purchase agreement is a significant step towards the goal set out in this MOU and further deepens the relationship between the two companies.
This joint procurement scheme between a UK and a Japan based company takes full advantage of Mozambique’s central location between Europe and Asia to assist both companies in proactively managing demand fluctuations across regions.
The transaction represents the first long-term offtake agreement from Africa for both Tokyo Gas and Centrica in line with ongoing efforts to further diversify their respective portfolios of LNG sources. This will also enhance the liquidity and further develop the LNG market.
Iain Conn, Centrica’s Group Chief Executive said: “As like-minded leading natural gas suppliers in our respective home countries, we are delighted to strengthen our strategic partnership with Tokyo Gas and expand our flexible LNG portfolio through this agreement with Mozambique LNG. Centrica has established strong LNG capabilities over the past few years and this agreement signed today demonstrates further progress in this growth area of our business.”
Takashi Uchida, Representative Director, President said: “For Tokyo Gas, we are hoping that our commitment will contribute to the start-up of the Mozambique LNG Project. We are very happy that through this first ever joint procurement with Centrica that utilises the unique central location of Mozambique, we have created the foundation for flexible LNG transactions to occur between the European and Asian markets. I hope that through this innovative agreement, we can further diversify source and price index, which leads to enhancing our challenges of securing more competitive LNG.”