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Electricity KARMOL LNG-to-powership in Nacala ©KARMOL
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Turkey’s Karpower is to switch its oil-fueled floating power plant in Nacala to run off LNG, in collaboration with the world’s biggest LNG shipping company Mitsui OSK Lines, in what will be the first LNG-to-power plant in southern Africa.

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Hidden Debts dossier Photo: AMT
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Privinvest, the contractor which supplied Mozambique’s controversial ‘hidden debts’ security companies, continues to do business in the country through a logistics subsidiary which provides services to offshore oil and gas operations, despite ongoing legal action [...]

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Electricity Gas storage tanks at Beluluane Industrial Park. Picture: Beluluane Industrial Park
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The Mozambican government approved on Tuesday the construction of a $700 million gas-fired power plant in Beluluane, Maputo province, that will have the capacity to produce up to 2,000 megawatts of electricity. The construction of the power station is [...]

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Coal The flood-damaged bridge over the River Revuboe. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Nine people have died and thousands have been left homeless by the flooding in Tete that has caused almost MZN 1 billion ($16 million) worth of damage to infrastructure in the province. The bridge over the Revubue, which connects Moatize with the city of [...]

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Electricity A billboard in central Maputo protesting against the planned Mphanda Nkuwa hydropower project. Photo: Dercio Tsandzana / Twitter
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A company owned by a member of the Dubai royal family expects to end up taking a majority stake in the Mphanda Nkuwa hydropower project on the Zambezi River in central Mozambique, despite the government having handed control of the project to two state-owned entities. The ministry of mineral [...]

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Electricity Sasol's gas processing facility at Temane, Mozambique. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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A final investment decision (FID) on Sasol’s 400 MW gas-fired power plant in Inhambane province, and an associated transmission line to Maputo - initially slated for 2018 - is still likely to be at least 18 months away. The integrated development plan for the Central Termica de Temane (CTT) [...]

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Business Part of the land in Sommerschield to be taken over by ExxonMobil. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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ExxonMobil has bought the rights to a 12 hectare plot of land in Maputo, capital of Mozambique, from state telecoms operator TMCEL, Zitamar News has learned. The US oil giant has paid $47 million for the plot in Sommerschield, neighbouring the Eduardo Mondlane University campus, [...]

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Electricity EDM's Carlos Yum, minister of mineral resources and energy Max Tonela, and Neoen's Cyril Perrin signing the Metoro solar power plant concession in Maputo, 17 December 2017. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s energy minister yesterday awarded a 25-year concession to French renewable energy company Neoen to develop a 41 megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Metoro, Cabo Delgado. The $55 million project will receive [...]

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