A long-awaited gas project offshore Mozambique is on its way to final approval, according to reports.
Amec Foster Wheeler has won an award from Sasol for work on its liquefied natural gas project in Mozambique.
Sasol said Mozambique#s debt crisis and lower oil prices would not affect its $1.4billion gas project.
Sasol’s field development plan in Inhambane province in Mozambique has reached an important milestone with the commencement of the drilling of the first well, the company said.
SacOil has decided against signing an African Renaissance Pipeline Project joint venture agreement.
ExxonMobil is said to be in talks to take a sizeable stake in Eni's acreage off Mozambique, according to reports.
Petroplan has expanded into Mozambique after successfully landing an official business license to operate in the area.
Sacoil has agreed a deal for the construction of a $6billion, 2,600km large-diameter pipeline to transport natural gas between Mozambique and South Africa.
The managing director of Wood Group’s operations in the UK and Africa said the continent offered “fantastic opportunities” for the North Sea oil and gas industry.
The Mozambique government had approved Eni's plan of development (POD) for the Italian oil major's Coral FLNG project, a key step towards a final investment decision.
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The potential opportunities for North Sea oil and gas companies in Mozambique and the surrounding region could be significant, according to a leading expert.
The British High Commissioner to Mozambique said last night she hoped women could benefit from the country's emerging gas industry, as she welcomed the proposed deal with the north-east.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell last night urged Aberdeen to “sell itself around the world” to secure its future as the global hub for oil and gas.
Sasol has obtained approval from the Mozambique government to develop more oil and gas fields.
Mozambique's potential to become one of the largest gas producers in the world can provide Aberdeen supply chain companies with new opportunities to export their North Sea expertise, according to industry experts.
Anadarko has signed an agreement for the development of the massive natural gas resources that straddle two offshore blocks.
Statoil and joint venture partners have submitted a winning bid on the A5-A block offshore Mozambique in the fifth competitive bidding round.
Russia's Rosneft and US partner ExxonMobil has won three blocks in the fifth license round in Mozambique.
Petrochemicals giant Sasol has signed up to a $45million deal with Mozambique's state-owned Petromoc to buy condensate from the country's central processing facility as part of a drive to promote local product.
Mozambique's government has sacked the heads of the state energy companies responsible for overseeing the development of huge offshore gas reserves, cabinet said late on Tuesday. The chairmen of Mozambique's National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) and the National Institute of Petroleum (INP) had been removed, a statement following a cabinet meeting said, without giving a reason. Nelson Ocuane has been replaced as chairman of the ENH by the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Omar Mitha.
Russia’s largest oil producer and Exxon have submitted joint bids in Mozambique’s fifth licensing round to explore the Angoche Basin and Zambezi Delta.
Anadarko Petroleum has selected a consortium for the initial development of the onshore LNG park in Mozambique. The company said work will be carried out by the group, which includes Chiyoda Corporation, Saipem and CB&I, in the country's offshore area 1. The scope of the work includes for the onshore LNG park, which includes two LNG trains.
Mozambique's fifth oil and gas bid round has been delayed from its April 30th deadline. The government did say why the deadline had been extended to a later date of July 30th. There are 15 exploration blocks on offer, including three new areas of the northern Rovuma Basin.
Wentworth said it has commenced drilling operations from its Kifaru-1 exploration well in the Rovuma onshore concession in Northern Mozambique. The company, which has an 11.59% net interest in the well, said it has a planned total depth of 4,050metres and will take 70 days to complete. It is being drilled with the Helmerich & Payne rig #243.