Highlights Militants kill eight contract workers close to LNG developments Home to more than 30 million mt/year of planned LNG capacity Developers could look to private military contractors: analyst London — 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 amid an increasing insurgency in the country. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The attack on a vehicle in late June in Cabo Delgado province carrying workers from Fenix Constructions, a third-party contractor involved with work at Total’s planned 12.9 million mt/year Mozambique LNG project, only came to light this week. The attack near the town of Mocimboa da Praia — just 60 km (37 miles) from the site of Mozambique LNG and another high-profile development Rovuma LNG — was carried […]