THE SOUTH African construction company Grinaker LTA has announced that it has won a SA Rand 1.7 billion contract to design, engineer, build and mange the 865 km natural gas pipeline running from Mozambique to South Africa.

It has been commissioned by SA chemicals giant Sasol and Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos de Mocambique to have the pipeline operational by 2004.

Frank Crowley managing director of Grinaker LTA said that the pipeline project was part of his company's strategy to follow market demand in bringing ...

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