June 2021, Vol. 248, No. 6


Hopes Renewed on Nigeria-Morocco Pipeline

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor   In February, Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco, and Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria, agreed to fast-track the Nigeria-to-Morocco (NTM) subsea natural gas pipeline project.   A view of the region. In so doing, they have signed the death knell of the alternative, the long-standing 2,565-mile (4,128-km) overland Trans-Saharan pipeline (TSP) proposal.    The ambitious $25 billion, 3,517-mile (5,660-km) NTM natural gas pipeline and the $12 billion, 2,485-mile (4,000-km) overland TSP pipeline proposals are designed to capitalize on Nigeria’s abundant natural gas supplies. With proven reser

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