The global LNG market is in a dramatic state of flux. Australia is set to overtake Qatar as the world's largest producer, while a number of other countries are seeking ways to monetise both conventional and unconventional gas reserves.
One such country is Mozambique, where offshore finds are estimated at 4.25 trillion cubic metres. Interfax Global Energy's latest special report – The Rumble in Rovuma: Mozambique takes on the LNG heavyweights, looks at all the factors affecting the development of Mozambique LNG and examines how this potentially game-changing project could impact the global LNG industry.
Written by Natural Gas Daily and Global Gas Analytics editors based in London and Maputo, our 24-page special report examines all the factors affecting the largest and most important infrastructure project in the country's history – from the political, legal and regulatory climate and the costs and construction schedules for the onshore and offshore plants, to the price and demand outlook for the global LNG market and possible farm-downs of the blocks.
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