ENERGY INSIGHTS | 23 AUGUST 2019

Spin-off benefits from Mozambique’s gas market development for SA

Bhavtik Vallabhjee Author

Bhavtik Vallabhjee

Senior International Banker & Head: Power, Utilities and Infrastructure

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Colin King and Bhavtik Vallabhjee discuss the positive impact of natural gas investments.

In this instalment of the 2019 Absa Insights Series, Bhavtik Vallabhjee, Senior International Banker & Head: Power, Utilities and Infrastructure, Absa CIB chats to Colin King, Principal: Resource and Project Finance, Absa CIB about the benefits on a region when investments build liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipelines.

Video highlights:

  • Many of the regions with natural gas reserves are attracting large international investments, despite regional unrest.
  • The investment into the Coral LNG Project was in excess of $30 billion.
  • Investments into Mozambique’s gas reserves will have positive spin-offs across the region, from stability to increased employment.
Bhavtik Vallabhjee Author
Bhavtik Vallabhjee

Senior International Banker & Head: Power, Utilities and Infrastructure

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