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Extractives An LNG plant in Australia. © ConocoPhillips
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Eni East Africa, the Mozambique subsidiary of Italian oil and gas company Eni, is still working on winning government permits for onshore liquefaction facilities for its Area 4 gas project despite indications the company may only develop a floating LNG plant in [...]

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Coal HCB, Jindal, and ENRC agree to provide water to Chitima in 2013. Photo © HCB
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Indian mining company Jindal and the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric power plant appear to have resolved their differences over a long-delayed joint project to provide water to communities living in the Cahora Bassa district. However another foreign-owned [...]

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Coal The Benga coal mine in Tete. Photo: Rio Tinto
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The head of Mozambique’s tax authority, the Autoridade Tributária (AT), says the country’s foreign ministry is helping to resolve a long-running tax dispute over the sale of Rio Tinto’s Mozambican coal mining operations. Meanwhile, the AT is looking forward to bumper receipts from other coal [...]

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The limited technical capacity of Mozambique’s state oil and gas institutions means the government cannot afford to leave experienced petroleum professionals on the side lines, but the move may not sit well with new management at ENH. The former head [...]

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Extractives A map of the first section of the proposed pipeline. Image: SSRPC
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The Sub-Saharan Regional Pipeline Corporation (SSRPC) is trying to revive interest in a project to import fuel from the Macuze Port in Mozambique to hinterland countries, which has been languishing since 2013 when governments initially signed letters of [...]

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