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Samsung Heavy Set to Begin Building Second FLNG Platform in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin

Construction of the second floating platform for extracting liquefied natural gas (FLNG) in Mozambique’s Rovuma basin is set to commence in the third quarter of this year.

Youngkyu Ahn, representing Samsung Heavy Industries, made the announcement following a meeting with President Filipe Nyusi in Seoul, South Korea.

President Nyusi met with the Vice President of Samsung Heavy Industries, the builder of the Coral Sul FLNG, to discuss cooperation in heavy industry and to ensure the start of construction for the second platform.

The commencement of construction is contingent on the Mozambican government’s approval of the development plan. Once approved, work on the platform is expected to begin in the third quarter.

Samsung Heavy Industries specializes in constructing ships and floating platforms for gas extraction.

“We are eager to build the second floating platform for Mozambique, as our industry successfully constructed the first infrastructure already in service for Coral Sul,” stated Youngkyu Ahn.

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