Mozambique's LNG Ambitions Stall

ExxonMobil’s project in Mozambique has been halted for now, but the operator says that they are “ready to resume affected activities once security conditions allow”. The 2-train, 15.2m t/y Rovuma LNG project has already had its FID delayed until 2023 at the earliest, with commissioning now expected in 2028, but despite the security situation deteriorating further, force majeure has not been declared yet. However, TotalEnergies 2-train, 13.1m t/y Mozambique LNG project in Palma, which took a $20 billion FID in late 2019, had been forced to declare force majeure in April, despite construction activities only resuming the month before after a short break. Commissioning is now likely to be no

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