Moz government looks to kickstart LNG projects

By Leigh Elston 13 March 2017
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A drillship off Mozambique. The country is making progress with its LNG plans. (Anadarko) A drillship off Mozambique. The country is making progress with its LNG plans. (Anadarko)

ExxonMobil’s entry into Area 4 in Mozambique’s prolific Rovuma Basin has revived optimism in the country’s nascent gas sector.

An FID on the Eni-led Coral FLNG plant is expected by the end of March, and a meeting in Beira on Friday between Exxon Chief Executive Darren Woods and Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi indicates the United States-based supermajor is keen to kickstart the onshore LNG phase of Area 4’s development.

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