Cameroon: VOG cuts off Eneo, plans expansion

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Issue 419 - 10 Jul 2020 - By Thalia Griffiths | 6 minute read

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) has terminated a gas supply agreement to Eneo after the utility racked up $16m of debt to the Logbaba joint venture. VOG, which supplies gas to customers in the Douala area via a 50km pipeline network from its Logbaba site, said its Gaz du Cameroun (GDC) subsidiary had supplied gas to Eneo’s 30MW power plant in Douala since 2015, despite the utility’s poor payment record. Eneo, which is 51% owned by Actis, with the government owning 44% and its employees the other 5%, faces chronic payments problems as the government, its biggest client, does not pay its bills.

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