Mozambique and Shell sign MoU on local use of Rovuma Basin gas

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nsnbc : Mozambican Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Leticia Klemens, and the Vice-President of Shell, Clare Harris, have signed a memorandum of understanding on Rovuma Basin gas in Maputo on Monday. The parties agreed to allocating gas from the Rovuma Basin for domestic use in Mozambique. The signing of the MoU follows up on the results of More...

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ENI launched multi-billion dollar gas project in Mozambique

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What Uganda needs to do to manufacture more and crack export markets

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Nyusi briefed Mozambican parties on peace process and withdrawal of armed forces

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Egyptian air force strikes insurgents in Libya in response to killing of Copts in Minya

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Former Mozambican Justice Minister to be tried for abuse of office and undue remuneration

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Egypt to “regulate” its nuclear Russian roulette

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