State oil company ENH is tendering for consultants to assess the feasibility of [...]
Mozambican power utility EDM is close to announcing an international investor who will take part of its 51% stake in a project to build a 400 MW power plant at Temane, Inhambane province.
The Mozambican private business association, the CTA, yesterday accused international oil and gas companies of discriminating against Mozambican companies when selecting subcontractors - and said Sasol, in particular, was “pillaging” Mozambican resources. [...]
Gas-fired power project financing suggests Mozambique’s electricity utility is now a credible, if fragile, offtaker The 175 megawatt gas-fired power plant jointly owned by Mozambican electricity utility EDM [...]
South African energy company Sasol is seeking suggestions for how to export light oil from its onshore Temane project in southern Mozambique. The company already produces around 250m3 of gas condensate per day [...]
Mozambican transparency NGO the Centro de Integridade Pública (CIP) today demanded energy minister Letícia Klemens provide a clarification on why contracts from the latest round of oil and gas exploration licensing have still not been signed. [...]
French geoscience company, CGG, will soon start acquiring new data on Mozambique’s potential offshore oil and gas resources in preparation for the launch of a new oil and gas licensing round, which could happen as soon as next year.
South African energy company Sasol will cut back on capital investment in Mozambique following disappointing results from the four oil wells it has drilled on its PSA area in the province of Inhambane, the [...]
The Kuvaninga Energia gas-fired power plant in Mozambique’s province of Gaza officially started operations this weekend, more than two years after construction of the project had been completed. President Filipe [...]