Namibia may halve the capacity of the 850 MW Kudu gas-to-power plant to get the project to FID, which the developers now hope to reach by early 2018. However, this could hit the development of the gas fields intended to supply the long-delayed plant.
“It looks like we’ll have to halve [the power project] to 442 MW to basically look after the Namibian consumption first, and then maybe later upscale it,” Immanuel Mulunga, the managing director of Namibian state oil company NamCor – which has...
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