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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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Coal Jindal's mine at Chirodzi. Photo: JSPL
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Indian coal and steel multinational Jindal Steel and Power is seeking to hire a consultant to manage the firm’s project to build a 150 megawatt power plant on the site of its coal mine at Chirodzi, Tete province, according to a tender notice published on [...]

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Extractives Triton Minerals' project at Balama. Photo: Triton Minerals
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Triton Minerals, the Australian graphite mining company that boasts the world’s biggest graphite resource at Balama, Cabo Delgado, last week called in administrators after directors admitted the company may be going bust. The decision to call in administrators on 2 March came just a day [...]

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Extractives A gas pipeline under construction. Photo © Fluor
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The family of Alberto Chipande, the first defence minister of independent Mozambique and a close confidant of President Filipe Nyusi, is the biggest shareholder in Profin Consulting, the anonymous Mozambican company with a stake in the
Extractives CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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South African electricity utility Eskom is in talks with its Mozambican counterpart EDM to jointly develop 2500 MW of gas-fired power in Mozambique along the route of the proposed Gasnosu pipeline, which will run from the northern Rovuma Basin gas fields to Maputo and on to South Africa. [...]

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