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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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Storage & Warehousing The Nacala railway. Photo: Mitsui
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- Gunvor is paying for the $20 million refurbishment of Nacala fuel terminal, and is negotiating rights to all non-coal capacity on the Nacala rail line, sources say - Traders fear the deal will give the Swiss-based commodities trader control of fuel sales to Mozambique’s [...]

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Infrastructure Mcel and Huawei logos in Maputo, 2016. The mcel logo on the '33 Andares' building has since been replaced by Vodacom's. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s state-owned telecoms company TDM-mcel signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei to help it develop a 4G and 5G mobile network in the country, as the company’s new board tries to steer the recently combined company to financial stability.

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Electricity Zambezi River, at the site of the proposed Mphanda Nkuma Dam. Photo from www.internationalrivers.org/campaigns/mphanda-nkuwa-dam-mozambique
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The Mozambique government could be taken to the international court of arbitration in Geneva if it fails to recognise an Emirati company’s claim to have exclusive rights to develop the $4.6 billion Mphanda Nkuwa hydroelectric dam project in the province of [...]

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Infrastructure A early visualisation of how Mozambique's onshore LNG project could be laid out. Image: Anadarko
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Eni and ExxonMobil are looking to install a high-speed internet connection to their planned LNG project on the Afungi peninsula in northern Mozambique, which will involve installing a new sub-sea cable linking it to the Tanzanian port city of Dar Es [...]

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