Tagged With Mozambique
Licensing round October update
29 September 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Is floating LNG coming of age in Africa?
11 August 2022
Offshore liquefaction projects seem well-suited for the continent’s upstream
South Africa and Mozambique pre-empt pipeline stake sale
30 June 2022
The African neighbours plan greater gas supply cooperation
Africa's upstream to feel transition squeeze
21 June 2022
The continent’s oil production will decline in the 2020s while gas production will increase before starting to slip, according to the IEA
Can sub-Saharan Africa help fill the EU’s gas gap?
31 May 2022
Africa has potential to expand LNG exports, but its additional contribution is likely to remain limited
Licensing round May update
3 May 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Janus backs LNG-to-power for Africa
25 January 2022
The developer sees LNG as vital for the continent’s energy needs
Meeting the oil and gas supply gap
20 December 2021
The world has no lack of recoverable oil and gas resources. But where they will come from in the future will change
Licensing round December update
15 December 2021
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Letter from Africa: The path to net zero requires LNG
9 November 2021
Africa’s unique energy access challenges mean LNG will be an essential bridging fuel for the transition
Mozambique signs LNG-to-power deal
5 November 2021
Project sees growing domestic role for Mozambican gas
Collaboration is key for African gas-to-power
13 October 2021
The continent needs more regional cooperation to expand its gas sector, panellists told Petroleum Economist’s LNG to Power Forum
LNG projects aim to shrug off challenging year
31 August 2021
Progress has been slow on both the liquefaction and regasification sides over the past 12 months, but numerous new developments are planned
ExxonMobil confirms Mozambique LNG halt
2 August 2021
Oil major confirms another Mozambican LNG project is on hold for security reasons
Further delays likely for Mozambique LNG
19 April 2021
A fresh assault on Palma will at the very least slow planned liquefaction developments
Crunch time for Mozambique’s LNG projects
23 February 2021
This year will be critical to whether Mozambique can achieve its ambition of becoming a major LNG exporter by the middle of this decade
Mozambique LNG still on course—Total
9 February 2021
Total's liquefaction project remains on schedule to come onstream in 2024 despite the country’s deteriorating security situation
Mozambique’s ambitious northern gas plans head south
26 November 2020
Natural gas was supposed to help industrialise the northern provinces, but after a string of project cancellations it will be transported to the more prosperous south
Mozambique projects adjust to life in a war zone
4 September 2020
The war in Cabo Delgado is intensifying, but work on Total’s LNG project continues
Mozambique insurgency jeopardises Japan’s energy security
14 August 2020
The resource-poor nation’s search for a reliable alternative to the long-delayed recommissioning of nuclear power plants continues
Mozambique LNG in lockdown
28 April 2020
Total’s project is at the heart of the country’s Covid-19 outbreak, after an infected worker travelled from Maputo to remote Afungi facility
Exxon’s Rovuma LNG project down but not out
15 April 2020
Partners in Mozambique project could seek further cost cuts as global revenue slump looks set to endure
Mozambique dreams jeopardised by insurgency
1 April 2020
The economic viability of LNG projects was undermined by crashing global energy prices and the problems are being compound by IS-linked militia attacks
Tanzania’s LNG hopes on a knife-edge
11 February 2020
Delays to talks over Tanzania’s planned LNG export facility are putting the project’s future in jeopardy
Mozambique battles to overcome insurgency
28 January 2020
An Islamic State affiliate has emerged as a serious threat to the gas projects in Cabo Delgado, but the authorities remain firmly in control
Capital demands African regulatory stability
11 November 2019
Financial fundamentals and sustainability considerations will also be key to attracting the project financing required to develop recent discoveries
ExxonMobil sees Rovuma and Golden Pass advantages
19 September 2019
Major’s two new projects have characteristics to set them apart from the pack
Tanzania's LNG dreams may be scuppered by mistrust
18 July 2019
IOCs have reengaged in Rovuma Basin discussions—but the East African country will find it hard to get LNG back on track
Anadarko signs off with Mozambique LNG FID
20 June 2019
Mozambique’s long-awaited giant LNG project is now set for completion
Mozambique attack highlights LNG project dangers
5 April 2019
Violence raises question marks over safety at planned Anadarko and ExxonMobil facilities
Arrests could hamper Mozambique LNG funding
12 February 2019
The impoverished country still faces scrutiny over its ability to handle multi-billion-dollar projects
Political tensions dent Comoros energy ambitions
1 February 2019
Indian Ocean nation hopes to repeat the offshore successes of neighbouring Mozambique
LNG-to-power a hard nut to crack in Africa
2 January 2019
There is strong interest across the industry in making LNG-to-power work in sub-Saharan Africa, but nobody has yet cracked a structure that works
African deep-water makes progress
14 December 2018
Drillers began to renew their interest in African projects that were once deemed too costly and risky
Big hitters betting on Mozambique to be global LNG player
1 November 2018
After a protracted process, new licenses have been signed, while onshore LNG projects are edging closer to realisation
Madagascar seeks to emulate Mozambique
1 November 2018
After a protracted process, new licenses have been signed, while onshore LNG projects are edging closer to realisation
Robots redraw energy supply chain
13 September 2018
Market participants are turning to artificial intelligence for cost and efficiency gains
Cabo Delgado attacks threaten gas developments
27 July 2018
Oil firms have slowed work on new Mozambican export projects due to security concerns
Mozambique weighs up next steps for gas projects
4 April 2018
The country's state-run firm ENH is optimistic about gas' future
Maputo's new partner
14 February 2018
An American oil giant will take the lead in the Rovuma
Lots of LNG
24 January 2018
Australia and the US brought significant new supply on line. But who would buy it all?
A brighter year for Africa
24 January 2018
Senegal's and Mozambique's projects gained momentum, Nigeria's production started to rise again
Africa's upstream investment terms fail to impress
27 October 2017
The region will have to offer much more attractive investment terms to lure operators to its upstream
FLNG—a quiet revolution
19 October 2017
Shell and Petronas pushed the technology first, but African developers are poised to transform the continent into an FLNG production hub
South Africa eyes Rovuma gas
19 October 2017
President Jacob Zuma wants to kick-start the country's economy using Mozambique's offshore gas reserves. But do the numbers add up?
Maputo takes the plunge, Dar looks on
10 August 2017
Mozambique and Tanzania both have gas reserves likely to support extensive LNG exports, but only one of them is truly committed to exploiting them—at least for now
Help not hinder Africa
12 July 2017
Oil in Africa has a bad press—but it needn't be that way, argues a new book
Rovuma exports inch closer
24 April 2017
Eni's project in Mozambique should soon get the official go-ahead. Tanzania's progress is much slower
Mozambique needs less haste, less speed
8 March 2017
Bureaucracy, financing problems and last-minute wrangles are slowing Rovuma Basin projects
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