3rd East & Southern Africa Gas & LNG Conference 2018
Mar.28-29 | Maputo, Mozambique
Exploring the Potential of Engaging in East & Southern Africa Gas Projects
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South Africa and Mozambique are developing more gas pipelines in order to meet the increasing demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in both countries.

SACOIL African Renaissance Pipeline Project

SacOil
Feasibility study $6 billion 2,600km
SACOIL Holdings is set to construct a 2,600km long gas pipeline worth $6 billion.
The pipeline will link the South African gas fields with that of Mozambique, fostering a growing regional integration.
They will perform the technical and commercial feasibility study for the project.

Meanwhile, as of October 2016, South Africa's Department of Energy was exploring possible bidders to develop, build, and operate the Coega & Richards Bay LNG Terminal and LNG to Power Project.

Coega& Richards Bay LNG Terminal and LNG to Power Project
First Phase Bidding $3.7 billion 3,126 MW
Department of Energy South Africa Having completed feasibility studies for each of the proposed port locations the DoE has called for the first phase of the LNG-to-power programme to focus on identifying suitable bidders for the full provision of LNG supply, FSRUs, the associated port facilities, and gas transmission pipelines at two separate ports – Coega and Richards Bay.

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Department of Energy South Africa has confirmed to address a keynote speech at the 3rd East & Southern Africa Gas & LNG Conference 2018 (Mar.28-29 in Maputo, Mozambique).

Newly Confirmed Speaker
Thembisile Majola
Deputy Minister
Department of Energy South Africa

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