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Extractives Seated from left to right: Tavares Martinho, ENH; Max Tonela, MIREME; Stefano Carbonara, Eni; Peter Manoogian, Sasol. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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Italian oil company Eni and South Africa’s Sasol on Wednesday finally signed contracts to explore and develop oil and gas in two blocks in Mozambique, more than three years after petroleum regulator INP first awarded them the blocks.

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Extractives Wentworth Resources' offices in Maputo. Photo © / Zitamar News
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UK-based oil and gas independent Wentworth Resources is stopping appraisal work at a well on its onshore block in Cabo Delgado province, in light of a lowered estimate of oil and gas reserves, and of the security situation in the area.

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Extractives Blocks in Central Mozambique in INP's 5th round. Image: INP
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Mozambique’s petroleum sector authorities will launch a consultation with oil companies next month to gauge interest in a new round of exploration blocks, following the signing of exploration and production concession contracts (EPCCs) for the fifth round blocks [...]

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Coal Jindal's mine at Chirodzi. Photo: JSPL
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Hopes of developing coal-bed methane (CBM) production in Mozambique are being frustrated due to disagreement between gas exploration and production companies and coal miners whose concessions are located where the CBM is expected to be found, [...]

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Extractives Anadarko operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s immigration service says it sees no need to make special preparations for the start of work on the $20 billion LNG projects next year - despite fears that it will be overwhelmed by demand for visas and work permits for foreign [...]

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