The Oil & Gas Year Mozambique 2013
Recent offshore discoveries have rapidly changed the fortune of Mozambique. Once a hydrocarbons backwater, the country now has the potential to become one of the world’s largest LNG exporters. In order to achieve this goal, reforms need to be made, both to hydrocarbons legislation, as well as to transport and infrastructure. The Oil & Gas Year Mozambique 2013 delves into an industry that continues to draw massive interest from international oil companies, each ready to tackle the bottlenecks standing in the way of vast hydrocarbons wealth.
Key stakeholders in the nation’s hydrocarbons industry from the public and private sectors are brought together in The Oil & Gas Year Mozambique 2013, including Minister of Mineral Resources Esperança Bias, National Hydrocarbons Company Chairman Nelson Ocuane and Mateus Zimba, country manager for Sasol Petroleum.
The book has a special focus on exploration and production activities in Areas 1 and 4 in the Rovuma Basin, and examines the increase of capacity among local and international services providers for future projects, including LNG trains in the Cabo Delgado province.