DR Congo: Construction work on Lake Kivu methane project to start in early 2023

Issue 473 - 21 Nov 2022 - By Jon Marks | 2 minute read

Tunisia’s EPPM Group expect to start construction of offshore methane gas facilities and a 30MW gas conversion power plant on the DR Congo lake shore in early 2023. EPPM says it is in talks with lenders for a financial close that will finally allow the much-anticipated project to go ahead.

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