Vitol inks multi-year agreement to acquire LNG from Gazprom trading division

21/04/2017 11:29 LNG

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Trading house Vitol inked on Thursday a multi-year deal to acquire 300,000 tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore from 2018.

Vitol's manager of LNG Pablo Escobar declared the agreement with Gazprom's trading unit would reinforce its ability to meet client demand globally.


Vitol, which is one of the major spot LNG traders, did not offer other details.
 

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