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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 Sasol's Central Processing Facility in Inhambane. Photo © Sasol
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South African energy firm Sasol plans to spend $1.4 billion on the first phase of its oil and gas project in Inhassoro which should enter operation in 2021 if the company can finalise sales agreements which it says are currently in progress. [...]

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Electricity South Africa's 4764 MW coal-fired Medupi power plant project
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A planned coal-fired power plant in Moatize, province of Tete, is seeking more than half a billion dollars in financing from multilateral lenders and export credit agencies, the head of the company leading the project told

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Electricity The Karadeniz powership in Nacala port.
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A Turkish-built floating power plant docked in Nacala port yesterday, 18 February, where it will spend the next two years generating 100 MW for the Zambian market as well as fortifying the electricity grid in northern Mozambique. The ship, which belongs to Turkish power company Karadeniz, [...]

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Electricity The signing ceremony in Maputo, 17 February. Photo: EDM
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A consortium made up of Japanese industrial groups Sumitomo and IHI have won the contract to build a 100MW gas-fired power plant just outside the Mozambican capital of Maputo. Construction will be financed by a $151 million concessional loan from the Japan [...]

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Politics & Economy Some of the companies the Mozambican state has a stake in. Photo courtesy www.igepe.org.mz
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The former deputy minister of land, environment and rural development, Ana Isabel Senda Coanai, has been made head of the Mozambique government agency that manages state-owned companies. Coanai replaces Apolinário Panguene, who has headed up the