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KGOC has signed a memorandum of understanding with Saudi Arabia’s Chevron to export surplus gas

Kuwait: Mohammad Al-Haimer (left), acting CEO of KGOC, and Don Stilling, senior vice president of Chevron Saudi Arabia for Operations, will shake hands after signing the agreement. —KUNA

Kuwait: The Kuwait Gulf Oil Company (KGOC) and Chevron of Saudi Arabia yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding on exporting reserve gas from the Wafra consortium. In a statement, Deputy CEO Mohammad Al-Haimer said in a statement that KGOC began exporting about 12 million cubic feet of surplus gas, reaching 40-50 million cubic feet in the coming months. He said he expected it. According to Kuwait’s environmental regulations, the memorandum is seen as a major achievement that benefits both the economic and environmental sectors, Heimer added. He has also withheld processing in line with gas combustion regulations set by the Environmental Public Authority (EPA), long-term and short-term to supply surplus gas from refineries in the Kuwait Oil Company’s Joint Waffla Operation Zone. We have confirmed that we are also assuming that we will formulate an operation plan. Haimer would like to thank EPA Chair Sheikh Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Humoud Al-Sabah for supporting the KGOC. —KUNA

https://www.kuwaittimes.com/kgoc-sings-mou-with-saudi-arabian-chevron-to-export-excess-gas/ KGOC has signed a memorandum of understanding with Saudi Arabia’s Chevron to export surplus gas

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