According to The Australian Financial Review, a broad-based accord signed between Woodside Energy and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation on energy security and decarbonisation has raised expectations that Japanese buyers may sign up to support the Australian company’s $16.5 billion Scarborough LNG project.
Under the deal, which was signed in Tokyo on Tuesday by Woodside CEO Meg O’Neill and JBIC deputy governor Kazuhiko Amakawa, the partners will work together to identify potential projects where Woodside may be able to work with Japanese companies in LNG supply and on lower-carbon energy products.
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