Engineering News 19 April 2013.
Cabinet has approved the Gas Amendment Bill 2013.
“This paves the way for the Bill to be published in the Gazette for public comment,” a Cabinet statement issued by the Government Communication and Information System said on Friday.
Uninterrupted supply and development of natural gas to the economy is critical…
(Contributor’s note: This should smooth the way for increased use of natural gas instead of coal or nuclear based power. The gas would come from Mozambique by pipeline and via imported Liquefied Natural Gas from new East African sources, and other international sources. This is in line with NPC recommendations to exploit natural gas as an energy source over coal and nuclear.)