Mozambique Mining: Savannah Resources start heavy sands extraction in Inhambane

A consortium of Savannah Resources and the Rio Tinto mining groups will begin extracting heavy sand samples in Inhambane, southern Mozambique, to produce concentrate under the pre-feasibility study of the Mutamba project, which began in mid-2017, Savannah said in a recent market filing. Advertisements

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Pande/Temane Gas: “SASOL will continue to milk Mozambique” – CIP report

  Pande-Temane’s natural gas exploration project by the South African multinational after 10 years contributed only with 7% of projected revenues for the 25 year project duration (US$ 2 billion). This situation, according to a CIP analysis, resulted from inflated capital costs, operating costs and abusive transfer pricing practices.Read the full report      

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Mozambique Mining: Begins pre-feasibility study for Mutamba heavy sands project

The first phase of the pre-feasibility study of the Mutamba heavy sands project is already underway, the Savannah Resources group said, adding that the study is being conducted by TZMI, a technical consultancy firm specializing in heavy sands.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Sasol reports successful results after light oil and natural gas wells tests

The South African company Sasol has announced that it has successfully drilled and tested four light oil and two natural gas wells in Inhambane province, southern Mozambique, according to Lusa agency reports. A statement from Sasol distributed in Maputo today states that the situation regarding the company’s research in Mozambique was made by Bongani Nqwababa and Stephen Cornell, co-chairs and CEO of Sasol, respectively, during a press conference held in Johannesburg.

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Mozambique Energy: Sumitomo Corp will expand thermal power production in Temane

The production capacity of the Temane thermal power plant, in Mozambique’s Inhambane province, will be increased from 15 to 110 megawatts, under a contract signed on Wednesday in Tokyo by Mozambique state power company EdM and Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation, Mozambican news agency AIM reported.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: SASOL Resumes activities after cyclone Dineo

The production of natural gas from South African petrochemicals company Sasol in Inhambane province of Mozambique resumed despite not having suffered the effects of Cyclone Dineo that ripped through 12 districts of Inhambane province last Wednesday.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Sasol mulls gas exports by sea

An environmental impact study is being conducted into a Sasol proposal to link up its onshore liquid natural gas processing centre to a floating storage and export unit in the sea off the coast of Mozambique’s southern Inhambane province.

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Mozambique Energy: Over 15 million people in Mozambique have no access to electricity

Domestic Electricity Around 10.2 million Mozambicans have access to electricity in their homes as a result of expansion of the power grid over the last 10 years, said the country´s Energy Minister Salvador Namburete. However, another 15 million Mozambicans still had no access to electricity.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas Industry: ENH expands gas distribution in Inhambane province

Expansion of natural gas distribution in the southern province of Inhambane, by establishing 500 new connections, bringing the total number of consumers of gas in this region to 1,131 is the goal of Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos – ENH. The project is budgeted at about 450,000 US dollars, and seeks to expand the gas distribution network to more consumers in Vilanculo, Inhassoro and Govuro districts in the north of the province, according to the company….

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