- Today: Constitutional Council gave its final verdict on the Marromeu municipal [...]
Welcome to the last Zitamar Daily Briefing for 2018. The newsroom will be on holiday from now until 7 January - though exceptions may be made for important breaking news. Agenda:
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.
Anadarko and ExxonMobil’s plans to build giant LNG export projects in northern Mozambique have derailed construction of a tourism complex on Ilha Tecomaji by a company part-owned by a former minister of natural resources. Anadarko and ExxonMobil’s refusal to engage with Tecomaji Lda “is in [...]
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 [...]
Mozambique should only pay sovereign bondholders $369 million of a potential $500m gas-linked bonus, the country’s finance minister told parliament last week - but his calculations only make sense if ExxonMobil’s planned LNG project does not go [...]
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 22 October, 2018. Agenda
- Today: Bank of Mozambique’s monetary policy commission (CPMO) meets to update policy
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 18 October, 2018. Agenda
- Today: Start of the 8th session of the current parliament (Assembleia da República)
- Today: Pemba, capital of Cabo Delgado, celebrates 60 years as a city [...]
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.