Cameroon looks to gas to revive growth


Issue 180 - 05 Feb 2010 | 6 minute read
Long dismissed as a minor oil producer lacking access to the Gulf of Guinea’s prolific deep waters, Cameroon has high hopes of harnessing its gas for domestic use and export to boost its moribund economy, writes Thalia Griffiths, recently in Yaoundé

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