First Gas Flows Into Coral South FLNG in Mozambique

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Africa's largest floating LNG (FLNG) project, the 3.4 million ton per year Coral South plant offshore Mozambique, has received its first volumes of gas from the prolific Rovuma Basin, ahead of starting operations later in the year, operator Eni announced Monday.

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