- Ownership: The plant is owned and run by SEGAS
- Union Fenosa Gas (80%) (Eni and Union Fenosa each hold 50% of Union Fenosa Gas)
- EGAS (Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company, 10%)
- EGPC (Egyptian General Petroleum Company, 10%).
- Location: Damietta, Egypt
- Capacity: 5.0 million tons/annum
- Status: In Operation
- The first LNG terminal to be opened in Egypt. It has a large capacity, and was designed to serve the European market.
- Storage capacity: two tanks, with a capacity of 150,000 cubic metres each
- Chiyoda: FEED + Acid gas removal
- Halliburton KBR, JGC Corporation, MW Kellogg and Tecnicas Reunidas SA: Engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning assistance services
- Saipem: LNG Tanks Construction
- Licensor: Air Products.
- 2000 - BP Amoco and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) signed an agreement to build the terminal
- 2001 - BP signed an LNG agreement with the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation and Eni
- 2001 - Turnkey contract for project awarded to JGC, KBR and Tecnicas Reunidas
- 2004 - Terminal came on stream
- 2004 - Supply agreement signed with BP
Ongoing Projects/Project Status
- There are plans to expand the terminal, see Damietta Segas Lng Terminal Expansion for details
Suppliers / Customers
- Suppliers: The Damietta plant is fuelled by the Egyptian national network with gas coming mainly from some offshore Mediterranean reservoirs in which the IEOC, Eni's Egyptian subsidiary, is a partner, and from other reservoirs run by BG/Petronas
- Customers: The gas is being sent to Spain, where is it recieved at the Sagunto LNG Terminal and is fed to the grid.
- Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plant – Damietta, ENI
- Damietta Brochure
- Gas Natural Fenosa Egypt
- Chiyoda LNG References
- Saipem LNG References
- JGC and Joint Venture Partners Awarded Egyptian LNG Project
- BP Amoco and EGPC in Two New Egypt Gas Projects
- BP Signs Egypt LNG Agreement
- BP Egypt Announces LNG Agreement