Momentum builds as Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline responds to Ukraine war

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Issue 464 - 11 Jul 2022 - By Jon Marks | 11 minute read

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has overturned global calculations about natural gas supply, especially in Europe, meaning projects previously thought unfeasible are now making progress. One possible beneficiary is the Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline, strongly pushed by King Mohammed VI and supported by his friend President Muhammadu Buhari, which could now undergo a radical change to supply the European network.

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