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ENOC keen to supply LNG to Bangladesh

UAE based Emirates National Oil Company Limited (ENOC) has shown expression of interest (EoI) to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Bangladesh, thanks to the country’s growing demand of fossil fuel.

Yusr Sultan Al Junaidy, ENOC Managing Director, has recently shown the interest to State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid in this regard.

Bangladesh is expected to consume 1000mmcfd of LNG gas in the current year.

The energy and mineral resources division has already completed the negotiation with Qatar RajGas to import first installment of LNG late of this month.

The Dubai-based ENOC Group comprises more than 30 related subsideries in oil exploration and production, refining, terminalling, downstream marketing, industrial products, lubricants, aviation and LNG trading, according to the EoI submitted to the minister.

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