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Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité and Algeria’s Sonelgaz signed two agreements; China signs financing accords for grid rehab; ONE calls for lights out, Gulf governments chip in; Mohammedia plant rehab; Portugal to fund clean energy; JBIC loan for Eskom; Kyocera donates solar systems to schools; : Consultant sought for Indian-funded Isimba HPP

Mozambique | Angola | Uganda | Algeria | Tanzania | Morocco | South Africa
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With 12,500MW of hydropower potential plus gas and coal resources, Mozambique could play a leading role in solving southern Africa’s power crisis. Energy Minister Salvador Namburete is pushing three IPPs and a number of other schemes, recognising that many major projects have yet to get off the ground, writes François Misser.

Mozambique
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Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB), which operates the Cahora Bassa dam, is planning to increase output to 2,925MW from 2,075MW to meet local and regional demand (AE 136/24). Within the next three months, a study will be commissioned to evaluate the dam’s potential to increase output. In theory, the project should be eligible for international funding because of its regional dimension.

Mozambique
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ALGERIA: Gulf Keystone gas find ANGOLA: Cabinda South drilling LIBYA: Eni charter MADAGASCAR: Aminex pulls out; MADAGASCAR: Chinese partners; MAURITANIA: RWE farms into onshore; MAURITANIA: Chinguetti drilling; MOZAMBIQUE: Indians plan Rovuma farm-ins; SIERRA LEONE: Elixir completes seismic; TUNISIA: Al Thani rig contract

Mozambique | Angola | Mauritania | Sierra Leone | Madagascar | Libya | Algeria | Tunisia
Issue 351 - 07 June 2008

US studies funding opportunities

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The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has selected Ron Robinson LLC to study funding opportunities for power projects in southern Africa.

Mozambique | Botswana | Angola | Namibia | South Africa
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ENERISQ: Nigeria partnership; GALP: Portuguese buying Shell operations in three countries

Gambia | Ghana | Mozambique | Benin | São Tomé & Príncipe | Nigeria | eSwatini (Swaziland) | Togo
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African Minerals Ltd, formerly Sierra Leone Diamond Company, has acquired 11.425m shares in Baobab Resources, a mining company listed on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) with operations in Mozambique.

Mozambique
Issue 139 - 24 May 2008

Government to sell 10% of CMH

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The government has announced plans to sell 10% of the shares in the publicly-owned Companhia Moçambicana de Hidrocarbonetos (CMH) to Mozambican individuals and companies.

Mozambique
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Cegelec to expand grid at Arzew; Work starts at Kpone plant; Strategic energy study; Coal miner plans 500MW power plant; Higher tariffs; AFC backs power project; Mittal in deal with Coal of Africa; Miners complain of power shortages

Ghana | Mozambique | Namibia | Sierra Leone | Algeria | Morocco | South Africa
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Global Energy is planning to plant castor as the first stage of a project to produce non-edible oil for the biodiesel industry. The Mozambique government has signed an agreement with Oilmoz to build a 350,000 b/d oil refinery. Sasol has selected Foster Wheeler South Africa to carry out a pre-feasibility study for the proposed Project Mafutha coal-to-liquids (CTL) facility .

Mozambique | Ethiopia | South Africa
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ANGOLA: CMIC contract for Luanda grid; KENYA: Bamburi Cement to increase biomass use; LIBERIA: Stanley to study Mount Coffee expansion; MOROCCO: Abdelmoumen STEP deadline; MOZAMBIQUE: EDM seeks bids to extend grid; NIGERIA: Chinese to build first coal-fired plant; TANZANIA: AfDB funding; UGANDA: French JV to supply Bujagali; UPDEA: European meeting to discuss reform study

Kenya | Mozambique | Angola | Nigeria | Uganda | Liberia | Tanzania | Morocco
Issue 132 - 08 February 2008

Gas compression station

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Sasol, iGas and Compania Mozambicana de Gasoduto are building a gas compression station to facilitate a 20% expansion of natural gas delivery from Mozambique to South Africa by the end of 2009.

Mozambique | South Africa
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DR CONGO: More Chinese drop in; MOROCCO: More private wind power from DLM; MOZAMBIQUE: Brazilians to build Mphanda Nkuwa; NAMIBIA: Uranium miner plans 12MW heat from acid plant

Mozambique | DR Congo | Namibia | Morocco
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BP new find on Block 31; Pazflor topsides contract for KBR; Apache find in Western Desert; Circle farms into NW Gemsa; Gulf of Suez farm-in opportunity; Rig and vessel contracts; EPSA-4 block signed by RWE Dea; Sasol awards offshore drilling contract; Block 1711 drilling

Mozambique | Egypt | Angola | Namibia | Libya
Issue 131 - 25 January 2008

New deal soothes Areva ties

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With the government encouraging development of biofuels to meet domestic demand and also for export - with plans to use as much as 6.6% of Mozambique's total arable land for production - Mozambique is attracting a growing number of biofuels projects, some of them very well funded. These are in addition to the $510m contract signed

Mozambique