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Oil & Gas Work on the Pemba Logistics Base, March 2016. Photo: Zitamar News
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The Pemba Logistics Base will be ready to provide drilling services for the Coral FLNG project by the end of next month, Omar Mitha, head of state oil company ENH, a 51% shareholder in the project through its subsidiary ENH Logistics, told

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Work on the Pemba Logistics Base (BLP) in northern Mozambique has not been abandoned, but rather has been temporarily suspended until there is more clarity on when Eni and Anadarko will take FID on their LNG projects, the chairman of state oil company, [...]

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Extractives Work on the Pemba Logistics Base, March 2016. Photo: Zitamar News
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Work has stopped on the Pemba Logistics Base (Base Logística de Pemba - BLP), a planned port and industrial area to support oil and gas drilling in the Rovuma Basin, and contractor China Harbour Engineering Corporation (CHEC) is demobilising, several local [...]

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Extractives The Bollore floating quay in Pemba. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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French oil and gas company Total, which plans to start exploratory drilling in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin in early 2017, is planning to base its logistics operation in Pemba, rather than Nacala, the preferred port of the previous operator.

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Economy Maputo, capital of Mozambique. Photo: Zitamar News
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Mozambique has been talking for some time about a new, wide-ranging round of privatisations of its state-owned companies - but as the country faces an unprecedented  economic crisis, the need to press ahead is urgent. Some companies, such as Lisbon-based [...]

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