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The Johannesburg-listed energy company, SacOIl Holdings, has been replaced on its proposed $6 billion Mozambique gas pipeline project by an unknown company created late last year by a man currently engulfed in an energy project contracting scandal in Zimbabwe. ProGas Investment Group, which [...]

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South Africa’s SacOil, one of the original proponents of the African Renaissance Pipeline (ARP) -  a $6 billion project intended to bring gas from the Rovuma Basin fields in northern Mozambique to Gauteng Province in South Africa -  has declined to sign a joint venture agreement to develop the [...]

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The family of Alberto Chipande, the first defence minister of independent Mozambique and a close confidant of President Filipe Nyusi, is the biggest shareholder in Profin Consulting, the anonymous Mozambican company with a stake in the
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South African electricity utility Eskom is in talks with its Mozambican counterpart EDM to jointly develop 2500 MW of gas-fired power in Mozambique along the route of the proposed Gasnosu pipeline, which will run from the northern Rovuma Basin gas fields to Maputo and on to South Africa. [...]

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A $6 billion, 2,600km pipeline to take gas from the Rovuma Basin to South Africa is set to be developed by a consortium including a group of unnamed Mozambican private investors in partnership with South African energy firm Sacoil and led by China [...]

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