Conflicting voices struggle over the direction of Tanzania’s gas development


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Issue 239 - 21 Sep 2012 | 8 minute read
Huge offshore gas reserves could make Tanzania a major new energy frontier, but the devil is in the detail for a government that distrusts international business, in a country where gas master plans and policy remain elusive, and domestic electricity and gas supply are in crisis, writes Jon Marks in Dar es Salaam.

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17 January 2023, online

This political risk strategy roundtable  – part of the monthly AIX membership programme – will identify a range of upcoming political, commercial and reputational issues, and discuss scenarios to help stakeholders refine their strategies.  

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