Sasol Petroleum Temane Limitada, of the South African petrochemical group Sasol, plans to build an industrial park in the area of ​​natural gas exploration in the Temane and Pande fields, in the southern Mozambican province of Inhambane, Mozambican newspaper Diário de Moçambique reported.

The newspaper also said that the company has already started the environmental impact study and identified an area of ​​70 hectares to install a number of public services and small, medium and large companies.

Ailton Rego, linked to the environmental impact study, told the newspaper that the project aims to create an area to install a number of companies that provide services to Sasol in the area of natural gas extraction from Temane and Pande.

Rego, without disclosing the value of the investment, pointed out that certain conditions on the ground had already been met, including, for example, the establishment of some essential infrastructure for installing electricity and water supply networks.

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