The real problem of those LNG projects is not that there are attacks. This can be dealt with. Its also not that the market is currently really down. LNG is a longterm business and the market will eventually come back. The real problem is that the host countries still view those projects as get rich quick schemes and load them with porc that makes the price tag swell up until it looks like Vito Spatafore.
The latest attacks by Islamist militants in northern Mozambique, which left eight contract workers dead, have raised further the risk associated with the country's plans to become a major LNG exporter