Browsing: Cabo Delgado attacks
ExxonMobil is is looking for a private security company to work with Mozambique’s state security forces to protect its staff and projects in Cabo Delgado, where an insurgency shows no sign of easing more than a year after the first attacks.
Oil and gas junior Wentworth Resources will quit Mozambique in April next year, having failed to find a way to commercialise gas reserves in its onshore Rovuma block in Cabo Delgado. Wentworth had suggested earlier this [...]
A new weekly column by Zitamar contributing editor and security analyst Sam Ratner, examining the Cabo Delgado conflict, the future of the Renamo-Frelimo peace, and the human security challenges Mozambique faces day to day
UK-based oil and gas independent Wentworth Resources is stopping appraisal work at a well on its onshore block in Cabo Delgado province, in light of a lowered estimate of oil and gas reserves, and of the security situation in the area.
An existing food crisis in semi-arid regions of central and southern Mozambique is forecast to worsen in the coming months, and could also reach the northern Cabo Delgado province if further attacks force more [...]