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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 Aerial view of the Moma mine pond, processing plant and jetty. Photo: Kenmare Resources
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Human rights organisations are planning to investigate two recent deaths at Kenmare Resources’ heavy sands mine in northern Mozambique, amid ongoing calls for the company to share more of its growing revenues with the local community and the Mozambican [...]

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Development Tomás Vieira Mário presenting at the conference in Maputo on 6 September 2018. Photo from CIP Facebook page
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The Mozambican government is limiting information to the public regarding extractive industries in the country because it fears citizens will demand greater levels of accountability, the recently-departed head of the Centre for Public Integrity said on [...]

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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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Coal The former cemetery at Chipanga is now behind a fence erected by Vale. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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A Mozambican community resettled by Brazilian coal miner Vale says the company has desecrated its cemetery to make way for an expansion of its coal mine, without respecting an agreement to move the remains of those buried to a new cemetery at the [...]

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Extractives Syrah's graphite operation in Balama, Cabo Delgado, in February 2018. Photo: Syrah Resources
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Graphite producer Syrah Resources is producing less graphite and incurring higher costs than it had forecast - leading the company’s new chief operating officer (COO) to review of operations at the mine in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique.

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