Mozambique: ExxonMobil Provides $300,000 to Support Cyclone Relief Efforts

Mozambique: ExxonMobil Provides $300,000 to Support Cyclone Relief Efforts

ExxonMobil said today that it is providing $300,000 to aid agencies to support disaster relief and recovery efforts in Mozambique following Cyclone Idai, which made landfall on March 14. Advertisements

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Mozambique: Exxon, Anadarko donate to cyclone relief

Mozambique: Exxon, Anadarko donate to cyclone relief

Oil and gas companies ExxonMobil and Anadarko have sent donations to aid agencies in Mozambique following a disastrous and deadly Cyclone Idai which made landfall on March 14. According to the UN, the full scale of the devastation caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai in south-west Africa is becoming clearer, and the emergency “is getting bigger by the hour,” with at least a thousand people feared dead. ExxonMobil and Anadarko, which are working on developing giant…

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Zimbabwe-Beira fuel pipeline draws foreing firms apetite

Mozambique Oil & Gas: Zimbabwe-Beira fuel pipeline draws foreing firms apetite

The Zimbabwean government is in discussions with two foreign companies interested in setting up a second fuel pipeline connecting Zimbabwe and Beira, the port–city of Mozambique, according to Energy and Power Development Minister Joram Gumbo.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Oiltanking expands business in Matola, Beira

German company Oiltanking now has a new storage facility in Matola, Mozambique, and has expanded its investments in the ports of Matola and Beira by increasing its direct stake in Oiltanking Mozambique from 60% to 80%, according to the Hamburg-based company, a subsidiary of the Marquard & Bahls AG group.

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Mozambique Mining: MV Mining starts prospecting for rare earths

Mozambican company MV Mining has, since mid-October, been involved in the search for rare-earth deposits in Marromeu district, in the central province of Sofala, the district administrator told Mozambican newspaper Diário de Moçambique, published in the city of Beira.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Beira LPG ocean terminal operational by early 2018

The Beira ocean terminal project for the storage, filling and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas, financed by the Exim Bank of India and valued at 38US$ million, will start operating in January next year.

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Mozambique Coal Logistics: Security deal boosts coal transportation

Security measures implemented earlier this month on the Sena Railway in Mozambique have allowed Brazilian mining giant Vale to resume coal transport. The country’s state-owned transport utility Empresa Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) took responsibility for ensuring security on the line, after a string of attacks by Renamo forces.

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