South Korea’s Kogas inks energy cooperation MoU with Eni

South Korea’s Kogas inks energy cooperation MoU with Eni

South Korea’s state-run Korea Gas Corp (Kogas) yesterday signed an energy cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Italian oil and gas firm Eni.

Under the agreement, the two companies aim to identify specific cooperation opportunities in different areas such as exploration and production projects, LNG projects, downstream and infrastructure projects and in particular circular economy and low-carbon energy projects.

The two companies have been cooperating in exploration and production business over the past decade in Africa, Middle East, South-East Asia and Mediterranean.

In particular, the Mozambique Area 4 project and the Iraq Zubair project are representative example of success cooperative relationship between two companies.

“By signing this MoU with Eni, we shared the strong willingness of both companies to lead the era of low-carbon and eco-friendly energy,” said Hee-bong Chae, Kogas’ President and CEO, who signed the MoU yesterday (11th June) with Claudio Descalzi, Eni CEO.

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