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A Sign of Life From Mozambique's Energy Sector

MIN READMar 2, 2016 | 22:52 GMT

Sasol's natural gas pipeline in Mozambique.

(SASOL/Wikimedia Commons)

Low oil prices and a weak global economy have thrown a wrench in many countries' plans to develop and exploit their untouched energy resources. But for Mozambique, those plans may be back on the table. On March 1, an energy consortium signed a cooperation agreement to construct a pipeline that will stretch from Mozambique's massive offshore natural gas fields to northern South Africa. Though the deal is just an early step in a long path toward the pipeline's actual completion, it could be a sign of progress to come for both countries' energy sectors....

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