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DAKAR (Reuters) – Equatorial Guinea is due to finalise talks with energy companies over its second LNG plant by the end of the year and has targeted 2016 for the start of production, the deputy energy minister told Reuters.

Gabriel Mbega Obiang Lima said there were no doubts over viability but options currently being discussed were a $2.2 billion plant similar to the current one, or a smaller, cheaper version.

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