Mozambique’s petroleum industry regulator, INP, and the ministry of energy and mineral resource MIREME, have approved the main contract for the construction of a proposed floating gas liquefaction facility in the Rovuma Basin. The decision is the latest milestone towards the consortium led [...]
The Mozambique government is planning to tender for consultants to help build technical capacity at four Mozambique government entities in preparation for the launch of three large public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the gas and power sectors. [...]
Brazilian miner Vale has denied reports that Japanese conglomerate Mitsui is reconsidering its planned $763 million investment in Vale’s Mozambique projects, which the two companies agreed in 2014. Brazilian [...]
Mozambique’s government is currently working to revise new tax rates which are threatening to put small miners out of business, Zitamar News has learned.
Savannah and Rio Tinto plan to start construction of a major new heavy sands mine in southern Mozambique in 2017, but the joint venture they agreed last year is still awaiting approval from the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy.