Oil & Gas

Ophir signs up midstream partner for FLNG work

Ophir Energy has appointed Excelerate Energy as its lead midstream partner for the provision of FLNG (Floating Liquefied Natural Gas) storage facilities in Equatorial Guinea. The company has been appointed as the lead in a consortium of technology providers that is expected to include Samsung Heavy Industries and Black and Veatch. Ophir said negotiations regarding an MOU (Memorandum of Unerstanding) had now concluded and a deal was expected to be signed tday, between the EquatoGuinean Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy (MMIE), GEPetrol, Ophir and Excelerate.