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Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 26 September, 2019


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Ncondezi Energy, the coal and power developer, has said that Mozambique’s state power company EDM wants a coal-fired power plant on the country’s northern grid by 2023 - but admitted that plans for its own 300MW power plant are being [...]

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General Electric (GE) and China Machinery Engineering Corp (CMEC) have submitted financial proposals to build and operate the planned Ncondezi 300 MW coal-fired power plant in Moatize, Tete province, which could result in a lower power price being offered to [...]

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Extractives Steel H beams. Photo: Jindal
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Mozambique's council of ministers also discussed China's Belt and Road initiative, which could yet be decisive for the development of steel production in Mozambique Mozambique’s council of ministers yesterday approved the mining contract for [...]

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Coal A 460 MW coal-fired power plant in India belonging to NTPC, one of the founding partners of ICVL
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Ncondezi Energy will start selecting preferred bidders next month to partner in its project to build a 300 MW coal-fired power plant in Mozambique’s north-western province of Tete, after Shanghai Electric Power was removed from the project after three [...]

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Electricity Power lines in Tete province. Photo courtesy ncondezienergy.com
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Ncondezi Energy is looking for a new partner for its coal-fired power project in Mozambique’s Tete province, after Shanghai Electric Power failed to provide the investment that would have seen it take a 60% stake in the project.

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