Ports agency plan for Mohammedia to host Morocco’s first LNG terminal is far from a done deal

Issue 453 - 19 Jan 2022 - By Jon Marks

A tender issued by national ports agency ANP to update its Mohammedia facility to accommodate Morocco’s first liquified natural gas terminal and FSRU generated considerable excitement in an industry expecting the kingdom to import LNG to help cover its power industry needs after Algeria stopped sending gas through the Maghreb-Europe Gas pipeline. ANP’s tender may fit into Morocco’s LNG plans, but does not yet mean the energy ministry’s out-to-tender gas import plan is a done deal, with key stakeholders still appraising the direction Morocco will eventually take, write Our Casablanca Correspondent and Jon Marks

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