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埃克森美孚与壳牌拟出售15亿美元天然气合资企业

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核心提示:据油价网9月6日报道,路透社周二援引业内消息人士和其看过的一份文件称,超级巨头埃克森美孚和壳牌正考虑出

据油价网9月6日报道,路透社周二援引业内消息人士和其看过的一份文件称,超级巨头埃克森美孚和壳牌正考虑出售其在荷兰的NAM天然气生产合资企业,双方各占一半,潜在出售价值高达15亿美元。

壳牌和埃索公司在20世纪50年代成立了NAM合资企业,并在20世纪60年代开始从荷兰格罗宁根(Groningen)巨型气田生产天然气。根据NAM的网站,该公司提供了荷兰家庭和企业所需天然气的75%。荷兰93%的家庭使用天然气,天然气占荷兰所有能源的45%。

路透社指出,壳牌和埃克森美孚决定出售历史最悠久的天然气生产企业之一,是两家公司剥离老化资产计划的一部分,它们不再认为这些资产是各自业务的核心。

据路透社消息人士称,NAM待售资产包括三个天然气处理厂、管道网络和海上气田,价值可能在10亿至15亿美元之间。

消息人士对路透表示,这两家国际油气巨头预计,欧洲目前对天然气供应的迫切需求以及天然气价格的高企,可能使这些资产对潜在买家具有吸引力。

经过多年的讨论和抑制该油田产量的措施,荷兰政府在2018年决定,格罗宁根油田的产量将在2030年终止,在2021-2022年之前减产三分之二,之后再减产。

然而,今年早些时候,荷兰政府就表示,为了确保供应,该国可能需要在格罗宁根(Groningen)输送更多天然气,原因是与德国签订了长期出口合同,以及荷兰一家处理进口天然气、供荷兰家庭使用的设施的投产推迟。格罗宁根曾是欧洲最大的天然气田。

荷兰政府计划将格罗宁根天然气田今年的产量提高一倍。

黎泱 编译自 油价网

原文如下:

Exxon And Shell Look To Sell $1.5 Billion Natural Gas Venture

Supermajors ExxonMobil and Shell are looking to sell their 50/50 NAM natural gas producing joint venture in the Netherlands in a potential sale worth up to $1.5 billion, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing industry sources and a document it had seen. 

Shell and Esso set up the NAM joint venture in the 1950s and started producing gas from the giant Groningen field in the Netherlands in the 1960s. According to NAM’s website, the company supplies 75% of the natural gas required by Dutch households and businesses. A total of 93% of all Dutch households use natural gas and gas accounts for 45% of all the energy that is used in the Netherlands.  

Shell and Exxon’s decision to sell one of the oldest gas-producing ventures would be part of both companies’ plans to divest aging assets they no longer consider core to their respective operations, Reuters notes. 

According to Reuters’ sources, NAM’s assets up for sale – including three gas processing plants, pipeline networks, and offshore gas fields – could be valued at between $1 billion and $1.5 billion. 

The two international majors expect that the current dire need for gas supply in Europe and the high natural gas prices could make those assets attractive to prospective buyers, the sources told Reuters. 

After years of debates and measures to curb production at the field, the Dutch government decided in 2018 that output at Groningen would be terminated by 2030, with a reduction by two-thirds until 2021-2022 and another cut after that. 

However, early this year, the Dutch government said that it might need more gas to be pumped at Groningen, once Europe’s biggest gas field, to ensure supply because of long-term export contracts with Germany and a delay in the commissioning of a facility in the Netherlands to treat imported gas for use for Dutch households. 



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