Anadarko Petroleum Corp. mentioned it’s sticking to a plan to determine on a $20-billion fuel growth in Mozambique by the top of June, after the federal government boosted safety following assaults final month close to the venture web site.
The Feb. 21 raid, during which an Anadarko contractor was beheaded, was certainly one of a number of assaults within the space that day, two individuals acquainted with the matter mentioned on the time. Further incidents could threaten the corporate’s plans to construct an onshore LNG processing facility in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, the place the federal government has been battling suspected Islamic insurgents since 2017.
“The authorities is offering further safety assets within the space,” Anadarko mentioned in a press release on its web site Tuesday. “Given this response and different ongoing safety measures, we anticipate to proceed shifting the venture towards FID based on our present schedule.”
Anadarko has beforehand mentioned it would make a ultimate funding choice on the venture within the first half of this 12 months.
The firm mentioned that along with the fatality, six individuals had been wounded within the assault.
p.p1 p.p2 p.p3 span.s1
“The proof to this point signifies each the convoy and a automobile belonging to a contractor encountered an current occasion, which didn’t straight goal our contract personnel, nor the LNG venture, nor airstrip,” it mentioned.
p.p1 p.p2 p.p3 span.s1 span.s2
Please go away feedback and suggestions beneath