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Moz LNG to forge ahead despite Shell-Anadarko spat

The deadlock regarding the delivery date of gas from Anadarko's Area 1 to Mozambique's domestic market looks unlikely to stall the company's LNG development The deadlock regarding the delivery date of gas from Anadarko's Area 1 to Mozambique's domestic market looks unlikely to stall the company's LNG development.
By Leigh Elston 15 November 2018 0 33324
A gas flow test off Mozambique. (Anadarko)

A deadlock between Anadarko and domestic gas developers in Mozambique over when gas will be delivered to the local market, and at what price, could derail Shell’s plans to build a giant GTL plant. However, the dispute looks unlikely to stall LNG exports.

Speaking at the FT Mozambique Summit in Maputo last week, the director of Shell’s 38,000 barrel per day GTL project accused Anadarko of holding “everybody hostage” by not committing to when it will deliver the 8.5 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) of...