Mozambique is entitled to draw on $317.2 million in guarantees posted by major oil and gas companies, who have failed to meet deadlines to drill exploration wells on blocks they were awarded in the country’s fifth auction round
Eni chief executive Claudio Descalzi said the company is considering “fast LNG” technology which takes less than a year to install and begin producing LNG
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Mozambique needs a new solution for its domestic gas allocation, after Shell and Yara abandoned their plans for gas-to-liquids and fertilizer projects
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The French energy multinational TotalEnergies has declared force majeure on more contracts at its $20bn-plus liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Cabo Delgado province, in the wake of ongoing terrorist activity near the project’s construction site, two sources have told Zitamar News
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Total is expecting at least a year’s delay at its $20bn Mozambique LNG project due to the escalating security crisis in the Cabo Delgado, Jean-Pierre Sbraire, chief financial officer at the French oil major said on Thursday
Total has not declared force majeure on its project since the attack on Palma, but contractors fear it could be a year or more before work resumes
Total pulled all its staff out of the Mozambique LNG project today, leaving the security of the mothballed project entirely in the hands of Mozambique’s defence and security forces