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Electricity The Gigawatt gas-fired power plant in southern Mozambique was launched in 2016
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The winners of a competition to build gas monetisation projects in Mozambique using the domestic gas entitlement from the Rovuma Basin gas projects has been postponed - a day after links were revealed between some of the bidding companies and members of Mozambique’s political elite. [...]

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Fertilizer Sasol's Secunda facility in South Africa
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Mozambique’s plans to reduce reliance on imported fuel by using Rovuma Basin gas to produce diesel could fail due to the small quantities of gas available to the domestic market, as well as the costs of building such a facility, experts have warned. [...]

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Heavy Industry Government spokesman Mouzinho Saíde. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s government has approved the creation of an industrial free zone around a planned steel mill in the province of Tete. Mining company Baobab Resources has been lobbying for the zone’s creation and is currently looking for a strategic investor - probably from China - to help them [...]

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Cement A Heidelberg clinker grinder in Togo, West Africa. © Heidelberg Cement
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German multi-national Heidelberg Cement has bought a cement factory in Mozambique for €8.8 million ($10m) in cash from its anonymous owners in Mozambique and Mauritius. The deal to buy the Austral Cimentos Sofala (ACS) plant in Dondo, near the central port city of Beira, closed in April [...]

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