Mozambique-South Africa pipeline talks to resume in November

As South Africa’s LNG-to-power project remains on hold, high-level preparations for a feasibility study to pipe gas from the Rovuma Basin are under way As South Africa’s LNG-to-power project remains on hold, high-level preparations for a feasibility study to pipe gas from the Rovuma Basin are under way.
By Leigh Elston 10 October 2017 0 27916
South African President Jacob Zuma at a recent summit. South African President Jacob Zuma. (PA)

Delegations from South Africa and Mozambique will meet in November to continue talks on the construction of a pipeline from the Rovuma Basin into South Africa, Mozambique’s deputy minister of mineral resources and energy, Augusto de Sousa Fernando, said on Monday.

“There will be a follow-up meeting in November,” de Sousa Fernando told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on the sidelines of the International Gas Cooperation Summit in Durban.

The meeting, which will discuss preparations for a feasibility study on the pipeline, will involve all relevant state-owned entities,...

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