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SOMAGEC, a Moroccan port and maritime infrastructure company, will support efforts to establish an oil-refining and petrochemical complex at the Damerjog Industrial Park (DDIP) in Djibouti by building a new storage terminal.
A year of talks this week culminated in the sale of a 49% stake in Aramco Oil Pipelines Co. to a consortium of investors for $12.4bn.
Although military forces have offered reassurances, Total has evacuated all its workers from the Mozambique LNG construction site on the Afungi Peninsula.
ASWJ's latest campaign in Cabo Delgado appears to be directed at Total’s $20bn Mozambique LNG mega-project.
Uganda has pushed the start date for development of the Tilenga oilfield and construction of the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) back to April.