US energy giant Chevron will buy liquefied natural gas from compatriot Venture Global LNG under two long-term sales and purchase deals revealed on Wednesday.
Chevron U.S.A., a unit of Chevron, would take 1 Mtpa from Venture Global’s Plaquemines LNG facility and 1 Mtpa from CP2 LNG for a period of 20 years, according to a statement by Venture Global.
Venture Global did not reveal any additional information regarding the deals.
Also, this contract comes just a day after the firm announced a similar deal with German energy firm EnBW for 1.5 Mtpa, starting in 2026.
Venture Global expects to start construction on its planned CP2 LNG facility in 2023, while it recently approved its Plaquemines LNG project in Louisiana.
Besides this deal, compatriot Cheniere also revealed two contracts with Chevron on Wednesday to supply the latter with about 2 Mtpa of LNG for a period of 15 years.
Venture Global’s CEO Mike Sabel welcomed this deal with Chevron, one of the world’s premier integrated energy companies.
“This is an outstanding addition to our growing customer portfolio at CP2. Our innovative and proven approach for the deployment of LNG trains enables us to deliver energy to our customers faster and at the lowest cost,” he said.