North African gas supply and the potential for an LNG hub

This Energy Insight will explore the supply developments in North Africa, and will discuss the potential for expanding the use of LNG facilities there that have seen falling throughput over the past few years due to political disruption or increasing use of gas in domestic markets. Facilities in Egypt, Libya and Algeria are all underutilized and the paper will analyse what new source of gas (for example Mauretania) could potentially use them to access markets, and also what potential there might be for increased production from existing suppliers. It will also consider the possibility of an LNG hub in North Africa, and the implications of this for the Atlantic Basin market.

By: Ali Aissaoui


Gas , Gas Programme


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