Mozambique Oil & Gas: Heads of State energy companies replaced, New faces emerge

Mozambique’s government has sacked the heads of the state energy companies responsible for overseeing the development of huge offshore gas reserves, cabinet said late on Tuesday. The chairpersons of Mozambique’s National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) and the National Institute of Petroleum (INP) had been removed, a statement following a cabinet meeting said, without giving a reason. Advertisements

Advertisements
Read More

Mozambique Oil & Gas: Nyusi to take charge of licensing rounds

A postponement of the deadline for bids for 13 new blocks will benefit the future president, to the detriment of Armando Guebuza who wanted to control the process to ensure his future…read more

Read More

Mozambique Oil & Gas Industry: 15 new blocks tender expected yet this month

The government of Mozambique this month plans to launch a tender to award 15 new blocks for oil exploration and production, covering an area of 76,800 square kilometres, the National Petroleum Institute said on its website.

Read More