Expro Secures Contract for LNG Pre-Treatment Plant in Congo

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The facility will process up to 80 million cubic feet of gas per day which will be distributed for electricity generation via the Centrale Electrique du Congo’s Pointe-Noire Power Plant.

The project represents part of efforts by Eni to maximize LNG production in Congo for exports to meet growing energy demand in Europe while enhancing the country’s gas monetization agenda to expand gross domestic product growth.

Colin Mackenzie, Expro’s Regional Vice President for Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa, stated that Expro’s “expertise in designing, engineering, delivering, building, operating, and maintaining modular production plants on a fast-track basis is a recognized market differentiator and will further strengthen our presence in the region,” adding that, “Expro’s experience and capabilities in empowering operators to quickly access reserves can play a critical role in supporting Africa’s significant and growing LNG industry, providing opportunities to support secure energy supplies.”

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