Houston based Marathon Oil Corporation to Step Up Investment in Equatorial Guinea Following Meeting with H.E. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

, one of the biggest investors in , has committed to increase its investment in the required infrastructure to support the Government’s vision for the and the Year of Investment initiative following a meeting with H.E. President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

In company of H.E. , Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met this week with Chairman, President and CEO Lee Tillman and Executive Vice President Mitch Little to discuss ’s short and long-term future plans in the country. 

Marathon Oil reiterated its commitment to Equatorial Guinea and towards the development of the country’s Gas Mega Hub, including unlocking funding to promote the delivery of gas from neighboring countries and cross-border fields to maximize existing facilities and possibly consider a second LNG train. Marathon Oil also declared support for the Ministry’s efforts to construct a in by undertaking a conceptual study on the Ministry’s behalf. 

“Marathon’s disciplined and consistent performance is going to ensure that Equatorial Guinea can continue to count on a partner that is tried, true and tested when it comes to running world-class gas projects. I have no doubt that under Chairman, President and CEO Lee Tillman, Marathon will continue to be a strong, resilient, and well positioned partner for the future of Equatorial Guinea,” stated H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons

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Marathon Oil continues to prioritize the ongoing Alen backfill project currently under implementation with , Glencore, Atlas and Gunvor. Efforts are underway to accelerate gas for delivery by year end 2020, while currently scheduled for first quarter 2021. The project is an important step towards replacing declining output from the Alba field. 

Furthermore, both parties agreed to immediately commence feasibility studies related to methanol to gasoline and other methanol derivatives, in coordination with the .  “President Obiang expects and demands of my Ministry and Marathon, today and for the foreseeable future, to work on creating an integrated set of solutions that are required — ranging from producing hydrocarbons in Equatorial Guinea efficiently to developing policies that encourage long-term investments that create jobs and opportunities for our citizens,” added H.E. Minister Obiang Lima. 

Many foreign investors are planning to increase their investment in Equatorial Guinea this year, or enter the market to tap into several opportunities across the hydrocarbons and mining value chains under the Year of Investment initiative. 

Details of the program are available at www.investineg.com and interested investors are encouraged to contact the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons to discuss investment opportunities and projects.

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