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Progress for LNG supplier as Guinea’s parliament approves terminal and 1.8GW power deal

Issue 505 - 02 May 2024 - By Marc Howard | 5 minute read

Approval from the interim parliament in Conakry for an unprecedented-for-Guinea liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal and gas-to-power plant could be the first step towards meeting a predicted huge mining-driven increase in electricity demand. The project’s scale has raised eyebrows, but could prove transformative if it goes ahead, writes Marc Howard.

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