Strategic interests line up in Mozambique’s stellar bid round


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Issue 458 - 07 Apr 2022 - By John Hamilton | 5 minute read

Chinese giants, sanctioned Russians, established operators and veterans from Cove Energy, the Irish independent which originated Mozambique's  historic gas play are amongst those competing for the highly prospective Rovuma basin blocks in the current licensing round. The range of players is a strong indicator of the high expectations for the next phase of upstream development. 

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