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Energean hopes to build new pipeline to import Israeli gas

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Reuters is reporting that Energean is seeking approval from Cyprus for the Greek oil and gas firm to build a pipeline from its Israeli offshore gas fields and import 0.5 to 1 billion m3/y of gas to the island, Energean’s Chief Executive said this week.

Energean, which listed on London’s main stock exchange this year, has committed US$1.6 billion to the Karish and Tanin fields which have potential reserves of 2.4 trillion ft3 of natural gas and 32.8 million bbls of light oil and condensate.

It estimates the five blocs it owns around Karish and Tanin contain an additional 5 trillion ft3 of gas. It expects an external assessment over the coming weeks.

“We submitted a proposal to sell gas from the FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading facility) to Cyprus. We sent it last week,” CEO Mathios Rigas told Reuters.

The company has signed gas supply agreements in Israel for approximately 4.2 billion m3/y of gas a year.

Energean is positioning itself in the eastern Mediterranean with a newly built FPSO facility with capacity of 800 million ft3 /d and liquids capacity of 800 000 bbls.

It wants to build a 200 km (124 miles) pipeline from the FPSO to Cyprus. Cyprus’ Energy Minister was not immediately available for comment.

Energean will also bid for further supply contracts in Israel, which is privatising a gas-run power plant in Alon Tavor, and additional contracts once the country switches from coal to gas plants by 2022, Rigas said.

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