Namibia’s Kudu gasfield to produce in 2017

Reuters | 24th April 2013 | Engineering News

Namibia expects to produce natural gas by the second half of 2017 at its much-delayed, 800-megawatt Kudu gas-to-power plants, Obeth Kandjoze, MD of the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia, told a gas conference on Tuesday.

The Kudu project near Oranjemund in south-western Namibia will pump gas from the Kudu field about 170 km (100 miles) offshore to a combined cycle gas power plant.

The power plant will be connected to the Namibian and South African electricity grids.


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