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Infographic: Mozambique gears up to join league of top global LNG suppliers

Countries in North and West Africa have long been the only natural gas and LNG exporters in Africa, but recent progress in East Africa is set to change the continent's LNG landscape on the back of a giant resource base.

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Mozambique -- with its estimated gas reserves of about 3 Tcm -- has attracted three LNG projects and is well positioned to become the second biggest LNG exporter in sub-Saharan Africa, after Nigeria, and potentially one of the world's top ten LNG producers with capacity of 30 million mt/year of LNG by the mid-2020s.

Tanzania is also developing its long-delayed LNG floating terminal in the south, with the construction planned to start in 2022, and the commissioning expected in 2028.

Related story: Anadarko reaches FID on 12.88 mil mt/year Area 1 Mozambique LNG project

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Infographic: Mozambique gears up to join league of top global LNG suppliers