Novatek Enters LNG Supply Deal with Gazprom

 Alexey B. Miller of Gazprom and Chairman of the Management Board of Novatek Leonid V. Mikhelson signed Heads of Agreement for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) between Yamal Trade and Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore.

The document provides for the supply of up to three  million tons of LNG per annum produced by Yamal LNG.

The term of the agreement is more than 20 years and LNG will be supplied on the free on board (FOB) basis at a transshipment point in Western Europe for further delivery to the Asian-Pacific region, primarily to India. The LNG price is crude oil indexed.

Alexey B. Miller, noted: “This agreement significantly strengthens the long-term LNG portfolio of Gazprom and enables us to increase LNG trading volumes and utilize our own fleet of LNG carriers.”

Leonid V. Mikhelson stated: “The signing of this agreement is another important milestone in implementing the Yamal LNG project. With the conclusion of this LNG supply agreement we now have all the necessary preconditions in place from the perspective of LNG contracting for the successful close of project financing.”

Press Release, May 23, 2014; Image: Novatek

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