ELNG

AcronymDefinition
ELNGEgyptian Liquefied Natural Gas (Alexandria, Egypt))
ELNGElongate
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Can you tell us more about ELNG's success in loan repayment?
The Freeport eLNG project is unique in electric power systems design and implementation.
There is an operating company, ELNG, owned 35.5% by BGI, 35.5% by Petronas (having bought Edison's Egypt assets in April 2003), 12% by EGPC, 12% by Egas, and 5% by Gaz de France (GdF).
BGI has decided to sell the gas to Egypt for processing into LNG by the BGI-led consortium called ELNG (see gmt3EgyptGasExptJan18-10).
The H&S Partnership Program was established in June 2007 between ELNG and GE Oil & Gas to help consolidate health and safety management at ELNG's Idku LNG plant, east of Alexandria.
While Egypt has taken the lead in African LNG project financing by way of the two ELNG trains, Sonatrach has used its own resources to fund projects and is not keen on using foreign banks.
The two-train Idku LNG complex has enough capacity for six trains and ELNG's main shareholder companies, BG and Petronas of Malaysia are keen for further trains.
The British BG Group has announced the signing of an agreement with Gaz de France on the sale of liquid natural gas produced by Egyptian LNG (ELNG), an Egyptian joint venture controlled by BG and a number of partners.
There is an operating company, ELNG, owned 35.5% by BG, 35.5% by Petronas (having bought Edison's Egypt assets in April 2003), 12% by EGPC, 12% by Egas, and 5% by Gaz de France (GdF).
Egyptian Liquified Natural Gas (ELNG), Egypt's largest LNG partnership, has announced the completion of its first Health and Safety (H&S) partnership program delivered with GE Oil & Gas Global Services.
Egyptian LNG (ELNG), largely owned by BG and Petronas, and the Spanish Egyptian Gas Company (SEGAS), which is operated by Eni Agip and Union Fenosa, already operate three LNG trains that enable Egypt to ship gas across the Mediterranean to European markets.
It is now a more important source of revenue than oil in Egypt, where the Spanish Egyptian Gas Company (SEGAS) and Egyptian LNG (ELNG) have developed LNG plants at Damietta and Idku respectively.