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CNOOC Gets New Concession Contracts Approval in Mozambique

The Government of Mozambique approved, at the 9th Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, held on March 26, 2024, the terms and conditions of the Concession Contracts for Research and Production of Hydrocarbons in Areas A6-E, A6-G, A6-D, S6-A and S6-B, awarded to the multinational China National Oil Corporation Hong Kong Holding Ltd (CNOOC) […]

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Nigeria’s Aiteo Secures Pact To Explore Mozambique Gas

Aiteo has of recent launched an intensive development program. This includes aeromagnetic and gravitational geological studies, thorough field inspections, and the reinterpretation and processing of existing data. Accordig to Aiteo CEO Benedict Peters the company’s resilent and unrelented effort in strategic repositioning the company to a major player in global natural gas production is what […]

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Mozambique’s Coral Sul FLNG Loads First LNG Cargo Departs From, Offshore Rovuma Basin

Eni and partners have just set Mozambique on the global gas scale. This owing to completion and sailing of the first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced from the Coral gas field, in the ultra-deep waters of the Rovuma Basin, which has just departed from Coral Sul Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) facility on […]

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Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition 2022

Thank you for your interest in the Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition 2022.  Please find the latest brochure here: Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition Event Brochure 2022 and the updated programme attached. This year’s 7th edition of the Summit will be hosted at the Joaquim Chissano International Convention Centre, Maputo from 14 – 15 September […]

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Mozambique To Resume Rovuma Offshore Gas Project As Coral FLNG Arrives

The arrival of the $2.5bn floating Coral South facility in Mozambique could help revive the country’s potentially transformative LNG sector, as the government assures oil and gas majors that the security situation is under control. A floating plant for liquefying natural gas arrived in Mozambican waters on January 3 after a seven week maritime voyage […]

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Eni completes Coral-Sul FLNG, sails to Rovuma basin in Area 4 first development, offshore Mozambique

The FLNG will be towed and moored at its operating site in the Rovuma basin offshore Mozambique. Production startup is expected in the second half of 2022, and it will contribute to increase gas availability in a tight market.  Eni as Delegated Operator and on behalf of its Area 4 Partners (ExxonMobil, CNPC, GALP, KOGAS […]

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Total proclaims force majeure on Mozambique LNG project

French energy giant Total had suspended plans to resume construction work at Mozambique LNG and cut staffing levels to the minimum in late March after attacks on the nearby town of Palma in the north of the country. In the latest move, the company has removed all staff and declared force majeure. “Considering the evolution […]

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Total Restarts Mozambique LNG Project, Reinforces Security Presences

The Mozambique LNG Project operated by Total E&P Mozambique Area 1 (TEPMA1), and the Government of Mozambique, announce that the Project will progressively resume construction activities at the Afungi site, following the implementation of additional site security measures. After the security events that occurred in December 2020 near the Mozambique LNG project site and led […]

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Eni installs the last topside module lifting for the Mozambique Coral-Sul FLNG

Eni announces the lifting and installation of the last of the 13 topside modules of the Coral-Sul FLNG facility, currently under construction in South Korea. This lifting, which marks the end of the onshore-modules fabrication campaign configuring the entire gas treatment and liquefaction plant, is to schedule and in line with the expected sail-away in […]

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Mozambique’s Economic Future Will Rely on Monetization of Gas at Home

By Written Aydanur Akkurt Africa Gas & Power & Edited by Oilfield Africa Review.  As Mozambique attracts billions of dollars into mega-LNG ventures which will propel the country into a global LNG exporter, domestic gas valorization and monetization will be a crucial factor to turn a gas revolution into an economic success story. The impact […]

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