Africa embraces floating LNG

When running stuff on or close to shore becomes either dangerous or if you don’t want to deal with the mess you find, you prefer the relative safety of floating operations. Doing things on a moving and place-constrained deck is always more expensive and less efficient than on the relative firmness of the shore so if you decide to go for those additional costs, you have a good reason to. Tells us something about conditions in Africa. However many countries have Local Content rules in place which require companies to contract a certain amount of work and services from the local economy. How can that be done with a floater? The issues don’t go away. 

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