South African energy company Sasol is tendering for construction companies to build a new training centre southern Mozambique to provide locals with the skills to needed to work on its oil and gas project in the province of Inhambane.
South African energy firm Sasol plans to spend $1.4 billion on the first phase of its oil and gas project in Inhassoro which should enter operation in 2021 if the company can finalise sales agreements which it says are currently in progress. [...]
A new 40 MW gas-fired power station in Mozambique’s province of Gaza is standing idle while Mozambique’s national electricity utility EDM sorts out its gas supply, which could take until the start of 2017. Construction [...]
Monetising Mozambique’s vast Rovuma Basin gas reserves via gas to liquids (GTL) projects, as prioritised under Mozambique’s Gas Master Plan, may no longer be profitable if oil prices stay low. While other downstream [...]
South African energy firm Sasol has won government approval for a project to start pumping oil from a well at Inhassoro, on its existing concession area in southern Mozambique’s Inhambane province where the company already produces gas at the Pande and [...]
Mozambique does not expect to start negotiations with the winning bidders for the fifth oil and gas licencing round for at least another month, Jose Branquinho, the head of resource assessment at state petroleum regulator, INP. INP is [...]