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Coal The entrance to ENRC's Chitima project in Tete province. Photo © Fungai Caetano  / Zitamar News
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A coal project owned by Central Asia and Africa-focused Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) has reached agreement with a community in Mozambique’s Tete province over a proposed resettlement, which should allow the company to start work on a coal [...]

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Coal Vale's Moatize II coal mine and adjacent houses. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Brazilian coal miner Vale has promised to temporarily stop mining at its second Moatize mine if pollution reaches unacceptable levels in the town, but a member of Mozambique’s parliament who lives in Moatize has instead demanded the company shut the mine [...]

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Coal A bauxite mine. Photo: http://bauxite.world-aluminium.org/mining/process.html
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Mozambique’s Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, MIREME, unveiled on Thursday a venture to improve how the government addresses the negative impacts of large-scale mining and oil and gas projects, with support from the World Bank. 

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Coal Power lines in Tete province. Photo courtesy ncondezienergy.com
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General Electric (GE) and China Machinery Engineering Corp (CMEC) have submitted financial proposals to build and operate the planned Ncondezi 300 MW coal-fired power plant in Moatize, Tete province, which could result in a lower power price being offered to [...]

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Coal President Nyusi and minister of mineral resources and energy Pedro Couto visited Jindal's project in May 2016. Photo: Jindal
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Indian industrial corporation Jindal has reneged on a commitment to supply clean water to people living in the area of its coal mine in Tete, Mozambique, while scaling up production at the mine which it says has “increased [its] contribution to the [...]

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