- Today: Filipe Nyusi starts a three-day visit to Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland)
- Today: Interior minister Jaime Basílio Monteiro at a SADC ministerial meeting [...]
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 15 March, 2019 Agenda:
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 6 February, 2019 Agenda:
- Tomorrow: The 53 mayors elected in last October’s elections take office
The Anadarko-led Area 1 consortium has signed a 1.5 million tonne per annum (mtpa) binding LNG sales and purchase agreement (SPA) with China’s CNOOC, for LNG produced at its planned 13 mtpa project in northern Mozambique.
A former energy minister for Trinidad & Tobago has been appointed by Mozambique’s Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy to help develop the country’s LNG and domestic gas strategy, as well as to support the government in negotiations with oil and [...]
Mozambican insurers will be excluded from a multi-million dollar contract for the Anadarko-led LNG project in Mozambique, as no local firm meets the tender requirements, Zitamar understands. A call for expressions of interest (EOI) to provide onshore [...]
Qatar Petroleum, the world’s largest producer is LNG, is teaming up with long-term partner ExxonMobil to take 10% stakes in three offshore exploration blocks in the Angoche and Zambezi basins in Mozambique. The [...]
The land use certificate granted for the onshore LNG projects in the Rovuma Basin should be ruled illegal by Mozambique’s Administrative Court (Tribunal Administrativo), Mozambique’s Bar Association (Ordem dos Advogados de Moçambique, OAM) said on Thursday. The land use certificate, known as [...]
The Pemba Logistics Base will be ready to provide drilling services for the Coral FLNG project by the end of next month, Omar Mitha, head of state oil company ENH, a 51% shareholder in the project through its subsidiary ENH Logistics, told
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 29 October, 2018. Agenda
- Wednesday: Start of the three-day Mozambique Gas Summit
Italian oil company Eni and South Africa’s Sasol on Wednesday finally signed contracts to explore and develop oil and gas in two blocks in Mozambique, more than three years after petroleum regulator INP first awarded them the blocks.