Browsing: Alberto Chipande
The winners of Mozambique domestic gas projects tender should be announced within the next two weeks, José Luís Jeque, a spokesman for the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME), told Zitamar [...]
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. [...]
Leading figures from Mozambique’s ruling party, including veteran general, Alberto Chipande, and the speaker of parliament, Veronica Macamo, will this weekend head for the country’s provinces to hold discussions on the party’s priorities ahead of elections [...]
Mozambique president Filipe Nyusi has finally appointed a new minister of mineral resources and energy, handing the reins of the department to a newcomer to government, with business links to the family of former president Armando Guebuza.
The Johannesburg-listed energy company, SacOIl Holdings, has been replaced on its proposed $6 billion Mozambique gas pipeline project by an unknown company created late last year by a man currently engulfed in an energy project contracting scandal in Zimbabwe. ProGas Investment Group, which [...]
The African Renaissance Pipeline (ARP) partners have secured the financing needed to begin studies into the viability of their planned $6 billion pipeline to export gas from the Rovuma Basin to Gauteng in South Africa. “We have just finalized the funding for the pre-feasibility studies of [...]
South Africa’s SacOil, one of the original proponents of the African Renaissance Pipeline (ARP) - a $6 billion project intended to bring gas from the Rovuma Basin fields in northern Mozambique to Gauteng Province in South Africa - has declined to sign a joint venture agreement to develop the [...]
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
Frelimo’s Central Committee, a 223-strong body made up of the party’s most senior personnel, meets today in Matola in an “extraordinary session” that could fundamentally reshape the top echelons of Mozambique’s ruling party.