LNG export plans shift in response to Mozambique’s fragile security situation

Issue 466 - 07 Aug 2022 - By Marc Howard | 11 minute read

Military power may have subdued Cabo Delgado’s jihadist insurgency, but an atmosphere of pervasive insecurity persists with consequences for major liquefied natural gas projects. TotalEnergies-operated Mozambique LNG is still under force majeure, while ExxonMobil is looking to alter its Rovuma LNG design and Eni is proposing adding a second phase to the offshore Coral Sul, writes Marc Howard.

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