Sound Energy to supply 9% of Morocco’s gas needs- local media
UK’s Sound Energy will be in a position to supply 9% of total gas consumed in Morocco in a move that will reduce dependence on Algerian gas.
Sound energy will start commercializing Tendrara (eastern Morocco) gas in about two years, Moroccan economy news outlet Medias24.com reported.
Tendrara’s gas potential will help Sound Energy supply other clients besides Morocco’s water and electricity utility ONEE, the website said citing an unnamed source.
To that end, the British firm plans to set up a factory to transform Tendrara’s output into liquified natural gas (LNG) in order to be able to deliver it to industrial clients across the country.
The company had signed a deal with Moroccan fuel company Afriquia to use its transport logistics to channel Tendrara LNG to clients.