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Europe turns to Africa to replace Russian gas

European officials have increasingly looked to Africa to replace gas supplies from Russia. While the region’s gas producers – like Angola and Nigeria – will gain from the recent surge in global energy prices, it’s not clear that they will be able to raise overall production, at least in the near term. In a similar vein, gas production is not likely to come online (at least significantly) until later this decade in some other countries like Mozambique and Tanzania.

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