Mozambique, striving to become one of Africa's top energy producers, plans to export its first...

|By:, SA News Editor

Mozambique, striving to become one of Africa's top energy producers, plans to export its first liquefied natural gas by 2018 but ~$40B of infrastructure, including a terminal to export 20M metric tons of LNG, is needed first. It remains unclear who will build the plant; Eni (E) and Anadarko (APC) operate the concessions where most of the 108Tcf of gas have been found, and are talking with the government.

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