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Vol 55 No 6

Published 21st March 2014


Gas and hot air

Progress, albeit hesitant, is being made on the vaunted gas economy and on the assembly that will oversee the new constitution

With two months remaining of the current offshore licensing round, Tanzania is making slow progress in defining the shape of its new 'gas economy'. The challenge is to reach agreement on commercialising the recently discovered deep-sea gas, manage a complicated licensing process and ensure that last year’s major riots in Mtwara do not recur (AC Vol 54 No 23, Rocky road to gas economy). At the same time, a new constitution is slowly taking shape.

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