StockMarketWire.com - Oil and gas company Echo Energy said it had won a new contract to supply gas from its Santa Cruz Sur assets, onshore Argentina, at a premium of more than a fifth to the prevailing spot price.

This new contract was with a key gas customer for four months until end April 2021, after which the company would supply the customer with approximately 1.4 MMscf/d gross of natural gas.

The gas price under the contract was a flat $2.00 per mmbtu, representing a significant 28% premium to the prevailing local spot price in the fourth quarter of 2020, the company said.

'[T]he result of the new contract is that approximately 60% of daily gas production from Santa Cruz Sur, under current market conditions, continues be sold under secured contracts at significant premia to the current spot price during Q1 2021,' it added.






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