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Oil & Gas Shell's Pearl GTL plant in Qatar. Photo: Shell via Flickr
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Mozambique’s ministry of mineral resources and energy (MIREME) has selected three international companies to develop a gas-to-liquids (GTL) project, a fertiliser plant and a power plant using the domestic gas allocation from the Rovuma Basin.
Oil & Gas An offshore rig belonging to Statoil. Photo: Statoil
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International oil companies planning to explore areas on- and offshore Mozambique are still seeking clarifications from the Mozambican authorities on the rules governing their use of foreign currency, according to a report on Monday in state-owned daily [...]

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Extractives A map of Mozambique's Area 4 in the Rovuma Basin. Image via Galp
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The board of Portuguese oil and gas company Galp has approved its the company’s planned investment in the Eni-led floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project for the Coral gas field in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin - another step along the road to a final investment decision which now looks [...]

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Extractives A ProIndicus maritime defence vessel in the port of Pemba, northern Mozambique. Photo © Zitamar News
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Mozambique state-owned maritime security company ProIndicus, and ship-building company MAM, were conceived on the assumption their services would be forced upon international oil companies (IOCs) operating in Mozambican waters, a Parliamentary Commission [...]

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Extractives Drilling offshore Mozambique. Photo: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s Council of Ministers today approved five key decrees to allow the two huge gas projects in the Rovuma Basin, off the north of the country, to move ahead. The decrees update the original exploration and production concession contracts (EPCCs) granted to the two blocks - Area 1, [...]

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