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Extractives Sasol's gas processing facility at Temane, Mozambique. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Details have emerged around a planned oil and gas refinery project in Mozambique, which was originally proposed by Chinese state-owned oil company CNPC but has now been put out to international tender after the Chinese offered to build, but not finance, [...]

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Infrastructure CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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Pipeline projects to bring gas from the Rovuma Basin gas fields in northern Mozambique into South Africa, “are still under discussion” Isabel Chuvambe, Project and Development Manager at Mozambique’s petroleum regulator INP told

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Extractives CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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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 [...]

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Extractives CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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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 [...]

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Extractives A gas pipeline under construction. Photo © Fluor
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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
Extractives CPP constructing China’s West East Pipeline. Photo: CNPC
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South African electricity utility Eskom is in talks with its Mozambican counterpart EDM to jointly develop 2500 MW of gas-fired power in Mozambique along the route of the proposed Gasnosu pipeline, which will run from the northern Rovuma Basin gas fields to Maputo and on to South Africa. [...]

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Extractives A gas pipeline under construction. Photo © Fluor
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A $6 billion, 2,600km pipeline to take gas from the Rovuma Basin to South Africa is set to be developed by a consortium including a group of unnamed Mozambican private investors in partnership with South African energy firm Sacoil and led by China [...]

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