The Mozambique government has decided to exempt international oil and gas companies from a requirement to list on the Mozambican stock exchange as required under the country’s petroleum law. The confusion over [...]
Mozambique’s petroleum sector regulator, the INP, has announced that another winner in the country’s fifth oil and gas licensing round has formally quit the country - as reported by Zitamar News in January 2018. In [...]
Mozambique’s minister of mineral resources and energy has said he expects to submit oil and gas exploration contracts from the country’s fifth licensing round to the government for approval by May. The winners [...]
Norway’s national oil company, Statoil, has become the latest major oil company to quit exploration in Mozambique, after failing to agree the terms for investing in a block that it, along with partners ENI and Sasol, were awarded in 2015.
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. [...]
Tanzania is trying to accelerate the development of its planned 10 million tonne per annum LNG plant in the hope of signing long-term sales agreements with Asian buyers before Mozambique, the energy minister said last week.
International oil companies planning to explore areas on- and offshore Mozambique are still seeking clarifications from the Mozambican authorities on the rules governing their use of foreign currency, according to a report on Monday in state-owned daily [...]
The Mozambique government this week approved a key document to enable the winners of the country’s fifth oil and gas licensing round to proceed with the evaluation of their blocks. The model exploration and production [...]