Work on Mozambique LNG Expected to Resume This Summer

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Work on the $20 billion Mozambique LNG project, suspended by operator TotalEnergies in April 2021 due to the violent insurgency in the northeastern region of Cabo Delgado, is set to resume in July, the chief executive of Saipem, the lead contractor on the project, said Tuesday.

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