Mozambique Wants More From Majors to Advance LNG

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In the coming weeks, Mozambique will join the club of African LNG exporters when the first cargo is lifted from the $7 billion, 3.4 million ton per year Eni-led Coral South floating LNG project. But the main talking point at a recent conference in the capital, Maputo, was the security situation in the northeastern region of Cabo Delgado, which continues to derail the country’s two onshore LNG developments: the $20 billion 13.12 million tons/yr TotalEnergies-operated Mozambique LNG project, which has been under force majeure since April last year, and the $23 billion, 15.2 million tons/yr Rovuma LNG scheme, led by Exxon Mobil, which is no closer to getting the green light than it was two years ago.

LNG Supply, LNG Projects, Floating LNG
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