As a result of the BG acquisition, we have interests of 35.5% and 38%, respectively, in trains one and two of the Egyptian LNG (ELNG) plant. In January 2014, force majeure notices were issued under the LNG agreements as a result of domestic gas diversions severely restricting volumes available to ELNG. These notices remain in place. See “Additional Integrated Gas data”.
We have a 25.6% interest in Nigeria LNG Ltd, which operates six LNG trains.
As a result of the BG acquisition, we have a 60% interest in, and are the operator of, Blocks 1 and 4 offshore southern Tanzania. The blocks cover approximately 7,000 square kilometres of the Mafia Deep Offshore Basin and the northern part of the Rovuma Basin. In 2014, a heads of agreement (HoA) was signed and subsequently extended between the partners of Blocks 1, 4 and 2 to develop a potential LNG project. A memorandum of understanding was also signed between the HoA partners and the Tanzania government to lease an agreed site for the project. We completed drilling on all remaining wells in 2016.