Zitamar’s daily round-up of what’s new in Mozambique Is there still a case for Matola…...
Eni chief executive Claudio Descalzi said the company is considering “fast LNG” technology which takes less than a year to install and begin producing LNG
Tanzania's president has moved to revive the country's mothballed LNG projects and says she wants new discoveries to overtake Mozambique's reserves
Good prospects from Cabo Delgado gas projects will help lift the mood, with the Coral South FLNG project set to start production midway through 2022
Patrick Pouyanné said his objective was for work to restart in 2022, but said more progress is still needed before Cabo Delgado reaches “sustainable security”
As Tanzania tries to fast track the development of a $30bn gas project on its…...
There is no doubt that the Mozambican government sees the security of the LNG projects as a vital national interest, but it is unlikely to attempt to guarantee that security with French or US troops
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 19 February, 2021 Zitamar Ltd Feb 19 From…...
A new government study into how Mozambique will use its domestic gas allocation has already been overtaken by events, as Yara and Shell have both cancelled major projects to use the gas in Cabo Delgado
Norwegian fertiliser giant Yara International has abandoned plans to develop a fertiliser plant in Cabo Delgado — raising questions over the viability of the other domestic gas projects that the government hoped would drive economic development in the troubled province