Yes, on the face of things that makes a lot of sense. The pipe is there and if it has been maintained, there should be no problem on this side. One thing I would like to throw in is that Spanish LNG terminals are typically constructed tailor-made for the job they have to do. Usually, they must supply a city with gas – a peninsula spanning gas grid has not originally been part of the planning process. Gas can be sent around but big volumes might be a challenge. that being said – those issues can be ironed out.
Morocco is seeking to import liquefied natural gas for the first time using a pipeline that previously sent Algerian supplies to Spain.