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Extractives Anadarko operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s immigration service says it sees no need to make special preparations for the start of work on the $20 billion LNG projects next year - despite fears that it will be overwhelmed by demand for visas and work permits for foreign [...]

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Extractives A early visualisation of how Mozambique's onshore LNG project could be laid out. Image: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s minister of energy and mineral resources will visit Thailand tomorrow to push the Thai government to approval a deal to buy Mozambican LNG that was first announced almost 10 months ago. State-owned energy [...]

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Extractives Operations on offshore Area 1, Mozambique. Photo: Anadarko
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Investors are queueing up to take a 10% stake in the Anadarko-led Offshore Area 1 LNG project in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin should a Japanese state-owned company decide to dispose of its interest in the project, the CEO of Mitsui said on Wednesday. [...]

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Oil & Gas The Afungi peninsula in north-eastern Mozambique where the onshore LNG trains will be built. Photo from impacto.co.mz/portfolio/projecto-gas-natural-liquefeito/
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Mozambique’s Council of Ministers yesterday approved two crucial contracts for the construction and operation of Eni and Anadarko’s LNG projects in the Rovuma Basin. The first contract  is the concession for the LNG Marine Terminal Area - an area that [...]

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Oil & Gas CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) will help finance a feasibility study on a pipeline to import gas from Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin into South Africa, according to a senior civil servant in South Africa’s energy ministry cited by
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