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Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi last week moved to strengthen his grip on the country’s government with the most profound cabinet reshuffle of his time as president
President Nyusi appears to be headed for Kigali, Rwanda, after high level meetings with the EU in Brussels
Mozambique today launched the search for a partner to take a majority stake in the $2.4bn Mphanda Nkuwa hydroelectric project
A visiting ExxonMobil executive today told President Nyusi the company would try and reduce the carbon footprint of its LNG project in Mozambique, and cut costs
Oil companies that have previously expressed interest in the new round include TotalEnergies, ExxonMobil, Eni, Sasol, Shell, BP and China’s CNOOC
If global warming is to be kept to below 1.5ºC, then LNG supply from projects which have already been given the go-ahead could exceed demand by around 25%, according to a report released on Thursday by financial think tank Carbon Tracker. If TotalEnergies’ Mozambique LNG project moves ahead, it could be among the projects that are forced to close early
Indonesian state-owned energy company Pertamina is pulling out of an agreement to buy 1 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG from the Total-led Mozambique LNG project in northern Mozambique