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    28 November, 2012
  
   $1.2 billion of projects approved for Nacala
 
 

The Mozambican authorities have approved private sector projects budgeted at 1.2 billion US dollars to be implemented in the Nacala Corridor, in the north of the country, according to Danilo Nala, general director of the Office for the Accelerated Development Economic Zones (GAZEDA).
 
     
 
    28 November, 2012
  
   Baobab signs joint venture agreement
 
 

The British company Baobab Resources on Wednesday announced that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with the Australian exploration company, Metals of Africa (MTA), in relation to Baobab’s Changara project in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
    19 November, 2012
  
   Baobab seeking partner for pig iron smelter
 
 

London, 19 Nov (AIM) – The British company Baobab Resources has announced that it is looking for a joint venture partner to build a massive pig iron smelter in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
    16 November, 2012
  
   Growth in Australia – Mozambique relations
 
 

The Australian High Commissioner accredited to Mozambique, Ann Harrap, declared on 15 November that the political and cooperation ties between Mozambique and Australia have undergone considerable growth over the last four years.
 
     
 
    15 November, 2012
  
   Oilmoz secures funding for refinery
 
 

The Mozambican oil company Oilmoz on 13 November announced that it has secured funding from a sovereign trust in the United States to build a refinery capable of producing 350,000 barrels a day.
 
     
 
    9 November, 2012
  
   WWF welcomes new marine protected area
 
 

The World Wide Fund for Nature has welcomed the Mozambican government’s decision to declare the Primeira and Segundas Islands, off the coasts of Zambezia and Nampula provinces, a marine protected area.
 
     
 
    7 November, 2012
  
   Brigadier Gold announces significant reserves
 
 

The Toronto based mining company Brigadier Gold on 6 November announced that it has received the results of samples taken from its mining concession at Tsiquire in the district of Gorongosa, in the central Mozambican province of Sofala.
 
     
 
    5 November, 2012
  
   Mozambican Navy receives maritime identification system
 
 

The United States government on 5 November offered the Mozambican Defence Ministry a Maritime Automatic Identification System (AIS), making it possible to identify ships using the Mozambique Channel.
 
     
 
    2 November, 2012
  
   Anadarko gas project could double Mozambique’s GDP
 
 

The Texas-based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation has revealed that it could be looking at producing 50 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas per annum from its concession in the Rovuma Basin, off the coast of the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado.
 
     
 
  8 October, 2019  
 
Mozambique Rovuma Venture takes initial investment decision
 
Mozambique Rovuma Venture (MRV), a consortium owned by the Italian energy company ENI, the US oil and gas giant ExxonMobil, and the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), on 8 October announced its initial investment decision that includes the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) pl

 
  8 October, 2019  
 
80 gas powered buses to enter service
 
As from February 2020, a further 80 buses powered by compressed natural gas will enter service in the Greater Maputo Metropolitan Area.

 
  4 October, 2019  
 
Maputo water shortage addressed
 
The Mozambican Minister of Public Works, Joao Machatine, on 3 October pledged that the problem of water shortages in the Greater Maputo area will be definitively solved by August 2020.

 


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