Penspen joins Senegal gas-to-power study
RICHMOND-UPON-THAMES, UK – Penspen is working with consultant MJMEnergy on the early development phase of a proposed gas-to-power project in Senegal.
The integrated team will collaborate with Senegal’s government on the program, awarded by the International Finance Corp. and the Senegalese Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
Penspen will investigate natural gas network scenarios for connecting potential gas consumers with new gas supplies, which could include offshore discoveries, also providing a conceptual design for the gas network infrastructure, a cost estimate and schedule for developing the network, and risk assessments for the design, land access, construction, operation, environmental, social and technical aspects.
MJMEnergy will define the gas markets, economic and financial aspects and develop institutional framework and business requirements for the new, public-private gas network company to build, own and operate the network.