“As a company, we are proud to be a strategic partner in this joint effort, and we look forward to continue contributing to the economic and social development of the country,” said Gene Kornegay, Vice President and Country Manager of Noble Energy EG Ltd.
The Alen Gas Monetization Project is a key step forward for the country’s envisioned Equatorial Guinea Gas Mega Hub, which seeks to utilize existing infrastructure and support a thriving world-class gas industry within Equatorial Guinea. This project facilitates the transport of gas from offshore production infrastructure to existing onshore facilities at Punta Europa (the Alba Plant and the Equatorial Guinea LNG Plant), where it will be processed and converted into LNG, allowing for future discovered resources to be processed in the country, supporting jobs and economic growth, and further solidifying the country’s position as a key player in Africa’s oil and gas industry.
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Chevron’s subsidiary, Noble Energy EG Ltd., operations offshore Equatorial Guinea account for more than 60 percent of the country’s hydrocarbon production with interests in the Alba Field, Block O and Block I. More information about Chevron is available at www.chevron.com.
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