Equatorial Guinea announces oil and gas projects worth $1bn

28 November 2019

Equatorial Guinea is investing in oil and gas projects worth $1bn as part of its Year of Investment 2020 initiative. 

The minister of mines and hydrocarbons Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima announced 10 public-private projects which focus on downstream diversification and adding value to domestic crude production at the second Gas Exporting Countries Forum International Gas Seminar in Malabo. 

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