East Africa LNG Players Struggle With Security Threat

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  • The first of four planned LNG projects in East Africa is due to come on stream this fall but the timing of the other three is uncertain.
  • Some of Mozambique's LNG could end up in Europe, which is desperate to reduce its dependence on Russian gas due to the war in Ukraine.
  • Analysts consider a mooted 2029-30 start-up target for an LNG project in Tanzania, involving Shell and Norway's Equinor, to be unrealistic.

The Issue

LNG Supply, LNG Projects, Security Risk , Gas Supply
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