Adnoc Readies for LNG Era in Fujairah

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  • Changing domestic gas fortunes have enabled Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (Adnoc) to push forward with plans to build an LNG export plant in Fujairah.
  • Adnoc's two ultra-low carbon intensity trains will make the United Arab Emirates the Mideast Gulf's second-largest LNG exporter, ahead of Oman but far behind Qatar.
  • The timely capacity addition will bolster Adnoc's position as a supplier just as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine tightens the global LNG market.

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LNG Projects, LNG Supply, Corporate Strategy , Low-Carbon Policy, Green LNG
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