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The Energy Year Mozambique 2020

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This report features dozens of exclusive interviews, including with:

  • Carlos Zacarias, President, INP
  • Estêvão Pale, Chairman and CEO, ENH
  • Aly Sicola Impija, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, EDM
  • Lourenço Sambo, Director-General, APIEX
  • Jos Evens, general manager and chair of ExxonMobil Moçambique
  • Paulo Mendonça, Exploration and Production Country Manager, Galp Rovuma
  • Steve Wilson, vice-president and corporate officer at Anadarko
  • Neusa Ferreira Marcelino, the Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe Cluster Managing Director, CMA-CGM
  • José Manuel Caldeira, Senior Partner and Founder, Sal & Caldeira Advogados
  • Simone Santi, president of Leonardo Group

“Following the discovery of natural resources, Mozambique has a unique opportunity to achieve its objectives that focus on social development and infrastructure development, as well as to overcome its dependence on foreign donor aid.” 

Estêvão Pale, CEO and Chairman, ENH 

The Energy Year Mozambique 2020 arrives at a crucial moment. With the country’s energy industry stimulated by the signing of a USD 20-billion FID for the Mozambique LNG project, the recent acquisition of 3D PSDM seismic data, preparations for a sixth bidding round and governmental approval of key power projects, Mozambique is on the verge of an energy revolution that will foster economic and social sustainability.

“Considering the resource base of the country in areas 1 and 4, we do expect to see additional FIDs.” 

Carlos Zacarias, President of the National Petroleum Institute (INP)

The Energy Year Mozambique 2020 also highlights the key role of Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) in strengthening domestic and regional electricity supply under the nationwide ProEnergia initiative.

Produced in partnership with ENH and INP, this third edition of The Energy Year’s (formerly TOGY) Mozambique series provides insight to investors and companies looking at strategic opportunities in the country as it gears up ahead of first gas production in 2022.

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In this report

  • ExxonMobil’s strategy in Mozambique

    Jos EVENS

    General Manager and Chair

    EXXONMOBIL MOÇAMBIQUE

    Mozambique is important for the world because it has the potential to diversify supply security.
  • Proactive co-operation in Mozambique

    Simone SANTI

    President

    LEONARDO GROUP

    Our goal should remain to become the world’s next LNG superpower and compete with the likes of Qatar.
  • Chivambo Mamadhusen GRUPO VIDERE Uncertainty and incentives in Mozambique

    Chivambo MAMADHUSEN

    CEO

    GRUPO VIDERE

    As of now, we as the private sector still don’t know what incentives will come from the government to keep us going.
  • Vickey Puncheon Quinta Essencia The road to recovery in Mozambique

    Vickey PUNCHEON

    CEO

    QUINTA ESSÊNCIA

    For companies like ours, active in the transport and manpower sector, not a single part of the business has been unaffected.
  • The long game in Mozambique

    Andrew SCHNITZER DA SILVA

    CEO

    ASCENDING

    Online training is not going to become the new reality.
  • Jacinto Mutemba Belutecnica Bet on the future

    Jacinto MUTEMBA

    Chairman and CEO

    BELUTÉCNICA

    We must look at this crisis as an opportunity to build a local supply chain.

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