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Extractives An aerial photo of the LNG project site at Afungi, Cabo Delgado.
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LNG project company says it is working with government to ascertain why the subsidies it’s paying aren't reaching soldiers Soldiers guarding the LNG project site in insurgency-hit Cabo Delgado have complained they are not receiving 'hardship payments' paid by the oil companies [...]

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Oil & Gas Map of the Area 1 Mozambique LNG project ©Total
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French oil major Total has closed the $3.9 billion acquisition of Anadarko’s 26.5% interest in the Mozambique LNG project in Cabo Delgado and is now officially the operator of the 13 million tonne per annum project. The transaction will bring in around $880 [...]

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Agriculture A Yara fertilizer plant and phosphate rock mine in Finland. Photo © Yara
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A fertiliser plant planned by Norway’s Yara using Rovuma Basin gas, “is no longer in a position to advance,” because the domestic gas price is too high, according to a senior official at Mozambique’s petroleum regulator, INP. Yara’s 1.2 million tonne per annum plant,
Business Commodity House 2 in Maputo, home to ExxonMobil in Mozambique
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Property developer Grit Real Estate Income Group appears to be cashing in on the anticipated resource boom in Mozambique, as oil and mining companies are estimated to be paying a total of around $5-6 million a year in rent for their offices and luxury flats in Maputo and Tete. Anadarko is [...]

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The Anadarko-led Area 1 consortium has assembled a large group of state-owned export credit agencies (ECAs) to support the financing of the $20 billion Mozambique LNG project which reached its final investment decision (FID) on 18 June, sources have told [...]

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