Jordan’s NEPCO seeking 16 LNG cargoes for 2018 delivery

Jordan's NEPCO seeking 32 LNG cargoes for 2018 delivery
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The National Electric Power Company of Jordan (NEPCO) launched a tender seeking the supply of up to 16 cargoes to its Al‐Sheikh Sabah LNG Terminal at Aqaba.

NEPCO plans to work with bidders to execute a master sale and purchase agreement before the bid submission deadline on August 2.

Volumes would be delivered during 2018 on a DES (delivered ex-ship) basis, according to the tender document.

Jordan started importing liquefied natural gas in May 2015 when the 160,000-cbm FSRU Golar Eskimo arrived in the port of Aqaba.

The FSRU is capable of delivering up to 500 mmscfd with a peaking capacity of 750 mmscfd.

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