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8 May
The Economy and Climate Minister says the legal action against the accelerated construction of an import terminal for liquefied natural gas will make it harder to move away from Russian energy.
1 Oct 2018
Life in Palma district, far-northern Mozambique, will soon change due to natural gas investments. In 2018, Quitupu community will be resettled to another place. In a process embroiled in legal fails, people feel left behind by authorities. But they have some on their side: paralegals.
21 Feb 2017
Peter Botten, managing director at Oil Search, discusses bringing together Exxon Mobil and Total to forge an agreement on developing natural gas resources in Papua New Guinea, where he thinks oil prices are heading and his outlook for LNG.

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