Anglo-Dutch oil major, Shell, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Mozambique government on Monday to build a 38,000 barrel per day gas-to-liquids plant, which will produce synthetic diesel, naphtha and kerosene, and 50-80 MW of power to the local market. The agreement commits the government to negotiating exclusively with Shell for the Afungi…...
- Zitamar Daily Briefing, 29 November
- Zitamar Daily Briefing, 28 November
- Major fuel distribution hub project calls public consultation
- Five ‘Naparama’ militiamen beheaded in Montepuez
- Zitamar Daily Briefing, 25 November
- Mozambique’s rainy season contingency plan underfunded as heavy rains approach
- Zitamar Daily Briefing, 24 November
- Is there still a case for Matola LNG?