Work has begun in Singapore on building the floating liquefaction (FLNG) platform for the Eni-operated Coral South gas field in Mozambique, minister of energy and mineral resources Max Tonela told the Mozambican parliament today - putting the project on [...]
Mozambique Rovuma Venture (MRV) – the joint venture between ExxonMobil and Eni, operators of the Area 4 gas block in northern Mozambique – is tendering for companies to submit expressions of interest to provide environmental and regulatory services in [...]
Anadarko will announce a new sales and purchase agreement (SPA) for its Mozambican LNG with another European buyer in the coming weeks, Zitamar News has learned - meaning [...]
Mozambique’s minister of mineral resources and energy has said he expects to submit oil and gas exploration contracts from the country’s fifth licensing round to the government for approval by May. The winners [...]
The ExxonMobil-led consortium planning to develop an onshore LNG project for gas from Area 4 in the Rovuma Basin has launched a call for expression of interest to build a 500-person pioneer camp in the far north of Mozambique.
ExxonMobil, a joint operator of the Area 4 gas block in the Rovuma Basin along with Italy’s Eni, is looking for legal advisors to support the development and financing of its onshore LNG project in Cabo Delgado, in northern of Mozambique. The company is looking for internationally [...]
The Mozambique government’s ongoing default on its international obligations may not jeopardise the financing of Anadarko’s $25 billion LNG project off the north of the country, a source working on the deal has said, despite such deals normally needing a strong sovereign guarantee to go ahead. [...]
A coalition of civil society organisations painted an overall positive picture of the process for resettling families affected by Anadarko’s LNG plant in Palma on Wednesday, but noted there are still some problems in the implementation of the plan. [...]
Mozambique's Council of Ministers yesterday finally approved Anadarko’s plan of development (POD) for its onshore LNG project in Cabo Delgado, more than a year after
Norway’s national oil company, Statoil, has become the latest major oil company to quit exploration in Mozambique, after failing to agree the terms for investing in a block that it, along with partners ENI and Sasol, were awarded in 2015.