Bankers Court Gas, LNG Projects in Africa

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Banks, multilateral lenders and export credit agencies have so far committed more than $20 billion for ongoing projects in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in gas and LNG. A recent conference in Mozambican capital Maputo revealed three main hotbeds of activity where banks — risk-averse by nature — are considering funding projects as geopolitical forces increase demand for the continent's resources.

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