Tanzania’s new president has spoken of her desire to get the country’s LNG projects moving, while overseeing a confusing change at Tanzania Petroleum Development Corp. (TPDC).
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) held an emergency meeting today in Maputo to discuss terrorism in Mozambique.
A hoax statement claims Galp is abandoning its involvement in northern Mozambique in order to pursue a “100% renewable future”.
Foreign military support is growing in Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado Province following the attack on Palma but it is clear that the LNG plans have suffered a major setback.
The terrorist attack on Palma on March 24 has led to the deaths of a number of people and expatriate workers.
Just hours after Total announced its proposed plans to restart work at Mozambique LNG, insurgents have attacked the nearby town of Palma.
Total intends to resume work at the Mozambique LNG site after the government has provided assurances of improved security.
Friends of the Earth (FoE) is asking for an oral hearing at the High Court in its bid to reverse the UK’s support for the Mozambique LNG project.
New Fortress Energy has taken a final investment decision (FID) on its Fast LNG plan.
Karpowership’s first LNG-to-power project is coming together with sea trials in Singapore starting today, ahead of deployment to Senegal in the coming weeks.
Eni has completed a deal settling differences over the Damietta LNG plant.
Around $33 million of spending in Mozambique’s two LNG concessions is unrecoverable, the Instituto Nacional do Petróleo (INP) has said, following an audit.
The big question is what role natural gas will play in the changes in the global energy market, says the CEO of MET International. György Vargha explains why it is so important to manage risks in an integrated way.
Egypt and Israel are working on plans to expand the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) into energy security, electricity infrastructure and emissions controls.
Policies intended to tackle climate change are “closing doors on opportunities to allow poorer nations” to secure energy access, Renergen CEO Stefano Marani has said.
Chevron has reached first gas its Alen gas project, in Equatorial Guinea.
Demand for LNG will continue rising, Shell expects, leading the company to warn of a supply shortage by the mid-decade.
Acteon’s UTEC will begin survey work in April on the Coral Sul floating LNG (FLNG) project, offshore Mozambique.
LNG deliveries to Ghana’s east can beat local supplies on price and resolve issues around unsatisfactory infrastructure, Pangaea Risk has said in a briefing note.
Kosmos Energy expects its capital expenditure to reach $575-625 million this year, driven largely by its work with BP offshore Mauritania and Senegal.
Israeli and Egyptian ministers have met to talk about a proposed pipeline from the Leviathan field to LNG plants.
Eni intends to boost contracted LNG volumes to 14 million tonnes per year by 2024 and is in talks on entering Qatar Petroleum’s (QP) major expansion.
Shell is "reviewing" further sales of assets in Nigeria, the company said.
Equinor has taken a write down of the value of its Tanzania LNG project, wiping $982 million off its books.
Renergen has signed up Saipem, EPCM Holdings and Sproule for the second phase of the Virginia gas project, in South Africa’s Free State.