Mixed messages in Mozambique

Total only has a skeleton staff remaining at its LNG construction site in Afungi after evacuating most workers amid the worsening security situation in the Cabo Delgado province. The 2-train, 12.88m t/y Mozambique LNG currently under construction in Phase I for 2024, is set to be Mozambique’s maiden onshore plant, with Eni’s 3.4m t/y Coral South FLNG due to start operations in 2023 in offshore Area 4. A further second phase of two trains for 12.88m t/y at the Afungi site will make it Africa’s second largest project behind Nigeria’s Bonny Island complex of eight trains, totalling 29.85m t/y. Total’s project partners, Bharat Petroleum, ENH, Mitsui, Oil India, ONGC & PTTEP took the $20 bi

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