In March 2016, an energy consortium signed a cooperation agreement to construct a pipeline that will stretch from Mozambique’s massive offshore natural gas fields to northern South Africa. Though the deal is just an early step toward the pipeline’s actual completion, it could be a sign of progress to come for both countries’ energy sectors. The consortium responsible for building the pipeline comprises Mozambique’s Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), South Africa’s SacOil, the Netherlands’ Profin and the China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau. In their agreement, which builds on an initial deal struck in December 2014, the four companies committed to the funding needed to complete the project’s pre-investment and engineering studies, as well as the pipeline’s construction and operation. According to project estimates, the 2,600-kilometer (1,600-mile) pipeline will cost approximately $6 billion.
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