Mozambique’s First Deepwater gas field Development To Undergo Implementation

By Wallace Mawire*
The announcement last month from Eni and the Mozambican Government on signing the Coral South floating LNG facility became the first of its kind for the African nation.

It is reported to mark the beginning of the implementation phase for the gas industry of Mozambique, with more such deals expected to move from planning phase into fruition and the economy is expected to see the benefits from the new business in the country, according to Catalina Zuliani,Marketing Manager.

The Mozambique Gas Summit and Exhibition taking place in October 2017
is expected to extensively cover the latest developments in
Mozambique’s gas industry.
It is reported that the event will be organized by acclaimed oil and
gas events company, the CWC Group in partnership with Mozambique’s
national hydrocarbon’s company ENH.
“Participants can expect to get the full update on the Coral South
FLNG project from the country’s senior decision makers,” Zuliani said.

It is added that the summit, to be held over three days in October,
is widely supported by industry stakeholders including ExxonMobil,
Anadarko & Mozambique LNG, BP, TechnipFMC, SASOL, Siemens and Alugas
providing an opportunity to access and do business with key companies
under one roof.

The CWC Group has a 19 year track record in oil, gas and energy events
and training globally. Headquartered in London, CWC has won the
Queen’s Award for Enterprise, twice.

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