In Mozambique, a Jihadist Attack Changes the Game for the LNG Sector

MIN READMar 30, 2021 | 15:45 GMT

A general view of the reception of Total E&P Uganda in Kampala, Uganda, on Jan. 22, 2020.

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Jihadist militants' seizure of the town of Palma jeopardizes the viability of Mozambique's liquefied natural gas industry and with it, the country's financial future. Without a significant improvement in the security environment, future LNG investment plans will be delayed or suspended....

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