Local Content: Mozambique Private sector acknowledges fragility in providing services to Oil & Gas sector

Businesspeople in Cabo Delgado acknowledged in Pemba on Monday that they are not in a position to respond effectively and competitively to the needs of the oil and gas industry in that province, Rádio Moçambique reports. Advertisements

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Local Content: Private sector wants oil and gas business in Mozambique

Mozambique reports increase in private sector demands regarding its participation in oil and gas exploration projects as a way of maximizing the benefits to the country in the context of local content.

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Upcoming Events: Third EAGE Eastern Africa Petroleum Geoscience Forum

Significant oil discoveries onshore in Uganda and Kenya, and world-class gas discoveries offshore in Tanzania and Mozambique have propelled East Africa from the minor league to a global leader in hydrocarbon discoveries for two years running.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: ENH and Mozambican entrepreneurs formalise promotion of local content

The National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) will cooperate with the Mozambican Chamber of Commerce (CCM) and the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (APME) in promoting local content development.

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The Mozambique Resources Post in the Top 60 Mining Websites & Blogs For Mining Professionals

The Mozambique Resources Post has been elected one of the top 60 Mining Websites & Blogs For Mining Professionals in the planet from thousands of top Mining blogs in Feedspot index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consistency of posts. Feedspot’s editorial team…

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Mozambique Extractive Industry: “Political parties unable to formulate policies on natural resources” – NGO

Mozambican parties lack the preparation to formulate policies for the extractive industry, a deficiency that could undermine the defence of the country’s interests, the executive director of the Institute for Multiparty Democracy (IDM) said on Tuesday.

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We Thought You Should Know: IMF Statement on Mozambique

Press Release No. 16/184 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 23, 2016   IMF Statement on Mozambique Mr. Michel Lazare, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Mission Chief for Mozambique, issued the following statement today: “Following a meeting held earlier this week between Carlos Agostinho do Rosario, Prime Minister of Mozambique and Ms. Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director, a technical team led by the Vice-Minister of Finance, Ms. Isaltina Lucas, worked intensively with the IMF Mozambique staff team….

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On Extractive Industry: “Civil society needs stronger voice in natural resources sector” – Graça Machel says

Civil society organisations must play a greater role in forming the discussion around the natural resources sector in Africa, said Graça Machel Trust founder. Speaking at the African Natural Resources Center’s Conference of African Civil Society Organisations on Natural Resources, in Johannesburg, on Tuesday.

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Mining & Sustainability: “Needs of communities near mines in poor countries must prevail in the mining lifecycle,” says Global Policy Forum

The importance of going beyond environmental considerations when planning the lifecycle of mines to include socioeconomic considerations was among the topics raised at the Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF) at its annual general meeting, hosted by UNCTAD at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, on 27–29 October 2015.

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Mozambique Extractive Industry: Industry Skills development needed to keep economy on high growth trajectory

As Mozambique sits on the precipice of a rapidly growing gas, mining, infrastructure and energy economy, investors, business, unions, government and social stakeholders are walking an unchartered road in delivering the skills, labour market and human capacity that will support this economic growth, while improving the living conditions and poverty levels of its just over 24 million citizens.

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