Security Issues Still Weigh on Mozambique LNG

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TotalEnergies is moving closer towards lifting the force majeure on the 13.12 million ton per year Mozambique LNG project that it imposed in April 2021 after a series of militant attacks near its facilities in the northeastern region of Cabo Delgado. But there is still work to be done to make the site in the Afungi peninsula completely secure, project deputy head Stephane Le Galles told an industry conference in Maputo last week.

Military Conflict, Security Risk , LNG Supply, Majors, Floating LNG, LNG Projects, Liquefaction
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