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Tanzania ups the pace on LNG project

Equinor, ExxonMobil and Shell are among the interested parties

Tanzania's efforts to speed up talks with Equinor and ExxonMobil over of a Host Government Agreement (HGA) to develop an onshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) project suggests a renewed sense of urgency, as the government seeks to ensure the country does not lose out altogether to neighbouring Mozambique as a regional gas export hub. Equinor says it has received signals from Tanzanian president John Magufuli that he wants to start talks with the two companies on the development of a proposed onshore LNG project. Contacts have been continuing off and on for four years, but there seems to be optimism over the chances of progress this time around. The companies hold the license for Block 2, off



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