Qatargas is to supply additional 4 million tonnes of LNG, equivalent to sixty plus conventional LNG cargos to Japan, demonstrating its commitment to support its long-term Japanese customers, the Japanese people and the Japanese economy.
This is enough energy to generate approximately 28 terrawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity, or enough to meet the average electricity consumption, of five million Japanese households for a year.
Qatargas CEO Khalid Bin Khalifa Al-Thani stated, “Whilst I was in Japan I could see for myself the urgency to help so we need to move quickly.”
Confirming Qatargas is working to meet Japan’s increased requirements for LNG Qatargas’s CEO added, “These additional cargoes of LNG will be supplied to a number of our long-term customers over the next 12 months. The first of these cargoes was discharged whist I was still in Japan and I anticipate further sales.”
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