According to information received from Algeria, the tenth largest natural gas producer in the world, the pipeline will connect to Europe and will be able to supply 30 billion cubic meters of gas annually. The three countries are therefore also looking at the project as an investment project as Europe looks for other suppliers after Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine.
African states Algeria, Niger and Nigeria want the long-planned one Natural gas pipeline across the Sahara to build The three countries signed a declaration of intent, as reported by the Algerian state news agency. The 4,000-kilometer pipeline should be completed shortly, according to Algerian Energy and Mines Minister Mohammed Arkab. He did not give a clear schedule.