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Renewable energy developer Solgenics said it has identified potential offtakers for its 300MW solar PV and battery project in Tete Province. The London AIM-listed company which recently changed its name from Ncondezi Energy, is aiming to raise $1.5m from development finance institutions and independent power producers (IPPs) to fund a bankable feasibility study (BFS).

Mozambique
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Upstream regulator Instituto Nacional de Petróleo (INP – National Petroleum Institute) is hoping to conclude technical talks soon and sign a contract with China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) for the development of offshore oil blocks in the Angoche Basin and Save province.

Mozambique
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After outlining contingent support for Mozambican natural gas projects, the World Bank has told African Energy it may back other projects on a ‘selective basis’, with criteria that could favour African markets, writes Marc Howard.

Mozambique
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After years of silence from operator ExxonMobil, a request for expressions of interest (EoI) appears to confirm industry rumours that the US major wanted to shift the Rovuma LNG (Area 4) project's onshore plant towards a modular approach, which would reduce security risks.

Mozambique
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The race to develop the 1.5GW Mphanda Nkuwa hydroelectric project has come down to two international bids, with the winner expected to make an equity investment of up to $700m in one of southern Africa’s most important power projects.

Mozambique
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Developer Aqua Power is seeking to use its 45MW gas-to-power plant in Mtwara, Tanzania to supply troubled Cabo Delgado province in northern Mozambique, in an ambitious privately-financed plan that would build a 220km high-voltage transmission line and substation in Palma, writes Marc Howard.

Mozambique | Tanzania
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Shortly after selling up its Angolan upstream interests, Portugal’s Galp Energia is fielding reports that it wants to sell its 10% interest in Mozambique’s highly prospective Rovuma LNG project.

Mozambique
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Saipem chief executive Alessandro Puliti has announced the date he expects onshore work to “gradually restart” for the TotalEnergies-operated Mozambique Liquefied Natural Gas (MLNG) project.

Mozambique
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One of southern Africa’s most eagerly anticipated strategic projects should finally be completed by year-end, after overcoming a legacy of past conflicts. African Energy examines the challenges the 218km, 400kV Mozambique-Malawi (Moma) transmission interconnection project has faced, including  a five-month demining process along the 142km Mozambican side.

Mozambique | Malawi
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Analysis of the latest information on the African Energy Live Data platform shows that over half of the 23.4GW electricity generation capacity expected online by 2027 across southern Africa will come from public procurement rounds, some 12.5GW of it from renewables and hybrid technologies.

Mozambique | Botswana | Lesotho | Angola | Namibia | Malawi | Zambia | Zimbabwe
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After some two years in suspension, the Mozambique LNG (MLNG) project is expected to restart very soon. One source suggested work could resume as soon as March, while others canvassed by African Energy said it would certainly go ahead in the coming months, whatever the findings of an investigation commissioned from prominent French medic and diplomat Jean-Christophe Rufin.

Mozambique
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Elecnor is planning a 30MWp solar PV plant, in a $37m project that the Spanish company is co-developing with state utility Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM).

Mozambique
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The UK Court of Appeal found against the campaigning group Friends of the Earth in a mid-January ruling on UK government support for the project. However, there are still many obstacles for those seeking to raise finance from western sources for Sub-Saharan hydrocarbons projects.

Mozambique
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A realignment of global alliances is ever more apparent as the first anniversary of Russia’s attempted conquest of Ukraine approaches and global power and wealth seem to concentrate in ever fewer hands. This has been seen in the solidarity among members of the Opec+ oil exporters’ alliance, in which long western-aligned Saudi Arabia and President Vladimir Putin’s Russia remain the driving forces.

Mozambique | Nigeria | Libya | Burkina Faso | South Africa | Mali
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Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)-listed explorer Triton Minerals has proposed Shanghai Stock Exchange-listed Shandong Yulong Gold Company as the Chinese debt arranger for its Acuabe graphite project in Mozambique.

Mozambique