Urgent International support needed to support the Government of Mozambique to Combat Terror in Cabo Delgado

The African Energy Chamber is encouraged by the response of the President Nyusi and the Mozambique government By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) The terror attacks on Palma are not simply targets of opportunity. They are strategic targets. The goal is to destroy Mozambique’s government’s ability to produce, export gas, fight poverty, create jobs and to make it clear that the government cannot protect oil company personnel or assets. This is terrorism and must be condemned in […]

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Africa LNG Report Out Now: Mozambique at Forefront of Global Gas Development

Driven by new discoveries and progressive gas-focused policies, Africa’s LNG consumption and production is set to become one of the fastest growing sub-sectors globally through 2040 Africa Oil & Power (AOP) (https://www.AfricaOilAndPower.com) has launched its Africa Energy Series: Africa LNG Special Report 2021, dedicated exclusively to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) developments and investment across the continent; driven by new discoveries and progressive gas-focused policies, Africa’s LNG consumption and production is set to become one of the fastest growing sub-sectors globally […]

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Security and Community: Safeguarding Operations in Mozambique

Through the implementation of standardized security regulations and enhanced community empowerment, Mozambique’s LNG industry can ensure safe and sustainable operations With substantial offshore gas discoveries equating to over 100 trillion cubic feet, Mozambique has seen an influx in foreign investment aimed at driving Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) developments in-country. Despite major energy and infrastructure projects spurring job creation and a rise in local activity, the risk of the “resource curse” – in which resource-rich countries fail to fully benefit from […]

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Clean Mining Gains Foothold in Mozambique

photo Clean Mining Gains Foothold in Mozambique (By Grace Goodrich)

The mining sector in Mozambique is in the midst of transformation, as it realigns with the clean energy transition by harnessing precious minerals required for the production of electric vehicles and lithium-ion batteries In addition to sizable gas reserves found offshore, Mozambique is home to commercially significant deposits of coal, gold, graphite, ilmenite, iron ore, titanium, copper, tantalum and bauxite, to name a few. While COVID-19 may have disrupted mining operations in terms of site closures and reduced export earnings, […]

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