Germany has been in talks with Oman to sign a long-term agreement that would last at least 10 years. Two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said the deal with Oman would be for between 0.5-1 million tonnes per annum (mtpa), with one specifying around 0.8 mtpa over 10 years. This comes in light of Berlin searching for an alternative to Russian fuel supplies. As a result of the war in Ukraine, Europe has been trying to replace all Russian energy imports by mid-2024.
- Germany in advanced talks with Oman for natural gas supplies