Industry Analysis: Can Mozambique Avoid The ‘Resource Curse’ – Richard Talley

Industry Analysis: Can Mozambique Avoid The ‘Resource Curse’ – Richard Talley

On Monday morning, Mozambican soldiers opened fire to disperse protesters calling for natural gas projects to be suspended until more pressing issues, particularly fundamentalist insurgents, are dealt with. Nonetheless, Mozambique seems determined to push ahead with LNG development, hopeful that the huge gas deposit discovered off its northern coast in 2010 could lift the country out of the ranks of the world’s poorest.

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Mozambique Mining: Syrah Resources extracts 104,000 tonnes of graphite in 2018

Mozambique Mining: Syrah Resources extracts 104,000 tonnes of graphite in 2018

Graphite production at the Balama concession in northern Mozambique reached 104,000 tonnes in 2018, with 33,000 tonnes in the fourth quarter alone, Australian company Syrah Resources said on Monday.

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Mozambique: Anadarko promotes road safety as it readies communities for construction phase in Palma

Mozambique: Anadarko promotes road safety as it readies communities for construction phase in Palma

The Mozambique LNG Project, led by Anadarko, in partnership with the District Government of Palma and INATTER, has recently launched a road safety campaign in the district of Palma in Cabo Delgado.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: Country aims to take spot among global LNG leaders

Mozambique Oil & Gas: Country aims to take spot among global LNG leaders

Mozambique’s first liquefied natural gas export project is under construction, two much larger developments are targeting final investment decisions in 2019, and the impoverished African nation of 30 million people could go from zero to the sixth-largest LNG producer in the world by the mid-2020s.

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Renewables: Govt signs solar power agreement with France’s Neoen

Renewables:  Govt signs solar power agreement with France’s Neoen

The Mozambican government has signed an agreement with French company Neoen to build a solar power plant north of the country capable of serving 150,000 people, it was announced during an official ceremony. The investment is around 50 million euros and will be installed in Metoro, Cabo Delgado Province, and work is expected to start in the second half of 2019, said Max Tonela, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy. “The Mozambican government considers this…

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: “Financing of natural gas project launched” – Minister

Mozambique Oil & Gas: “Financing of natural gas project launched” – Minister

Funding for the Rovuma Area 1 natural gas exploration project in northern Mozambique has been launched at the level of international commercial banks, the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy announced on Wednesday.

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Africa Oil & Gas: LNG from Africa set to surge

Africa Oil & Gas: LNG from Africa set to surge

New LNG capacity from Mauritania and Senegal in West Africa, operated by Kosmos Energy (NYSE: KOS), is set to come online in December. Other projects will come online in Cameroon, as well as Mozambique in East Africa, in the coming years.

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