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Egypt: Plans to expand first LNG facility

Pland have emerged to double the capacity of the country's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, at Damietta, which started exporting in February. Eni, a participant in the venture owning the facility, says a memorandum of understanding was signed in March by itself, BP and state-owned Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (Egas), covering gas supplies for the construction of a second train, of 5.0m tonnes a year (t/y) capacity. Discoveries already made in the Nile delta and exploration on existing and new licences will provide enough gas to cover the 150bn cubic metres needed for the second train over 20 years, Eni says. A third of the volume will be Eni equity gas. The second train "

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