Japan's JGC wins $3.7bn LNG plant order in Mozambique
East African plant expected to produce over 15 million tons a year
A consortium including JGC built an LNG facility in Yamal, northern Russia. (Photo courtesy of JSC Yamal LNG)
TOKYO -- Japanese plant engineering specialist JGC Holdings has won an order worth around 400 billion yen ($3.73 billion) to build a liquefied natural gas plant in Mozambique.
The deal is part of a 1.2 trillion yen package won by an international consortium of oil and gas players.
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