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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 [...]

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Electricity EDM's Carlos Yum, minister of mineral resources and energy Max Tonela, and Neoen's Cyril Perrin signing the Metoro solar power plant concession in Maputo, 17 December 2017. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s energy minister yesterday awarded a 25-year concession to French renewable energy company Neoen to develop a 41 megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Metoro, Cabo Delgado. The $55 million project will receive [...]

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Extractives Seated from left to right: Tavares Martinho, ENH; Max Tonela, MIREME; Stefano Carbonara, Eni; Peter Manoogian, Sasol. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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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.

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Electricity Zambezi River, at the site of the proposed Mphanda Nkuma Dam. Photo from www.internationalrivers.org/campaigns/mphanda-nkuwa-dam-mozambique
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The Mozambique government could be taken to the international court of arbitration in Geneva if it fails to recognise an Emirati company’s claim to have exclusive rights to develop the $4.6 billion Mphanda Nkuwa hydroelectric dam project in the province of [...]

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Extractives A early visualisation of how Mozambique's onshore LNG project could be laid out. Image: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s minister of energy and mineral resources will visit Thailand tomorrow to push the Thai government to approval a deal to buy Mozambican LNG that was first announced almost 10 months ago. State-owned energy [...]

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