Shah Deniz gas sales contract partially transferred from ENGIE to Shell
ENGIE, Shell, Azerbaijan Gas Supply Company (AGSC) and SOCAR have agreed on a partial transfer of ENGIE’s Shah Deniz gas supply contract to Shell Energy Europe Limited.
ENGIE and Shell Energy Europe both previously secured gas supply from Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz gas project under contracts signed in 2013. Under this latest agreement, Shell Energy Europe is significantly increasing the availability of gas for its customers by acquiring part of ENGIE’s 25-year contract. ENGIE remains a significant buyer of Shah Deniz gas and conducts, as a mid-streamer, a dynamic optimization of its long-term position.
The transfer agreement, signed on September 5, covers supplies of Azerbaijani gas that will begin flowing into Italy upon completion of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline.
- Philippe PERFUMO, Head of Long Term Gas, ENGIE Business Unit Global Energy Management
- Lidya SALAHOVA, General Manager at Azerbaijan Gas Supply Company (AGSC), operated by SOCAR
- Jonathan McCloy, General Manager, Gas, Shell Energy Europe Limited