The Rovuma basin, in Mozambique, should begin exporting gas in 2022

In an interview with the Portuguese news agency Lusa, the President of the National Petroleum Institute (INP) of Mozambique, Carlos Zacarias, reported that between 2022 and 2023, the country should start exporting natural gas of the Rovuma basin. According to Zechariah, after a final investment decision should be a period of four to five years for implementation of the project.

With the start of exports, the Mozambique, along with Australia and Qatar, have managed to reach the podium promising, since the country has reserves of at least 160 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Both the 1 Area Consortium that is led by us-based Anadarko, as the Italian ENI-led consortium, which operates the area 4, integrated by the Portuguese Galp, identified large amounts of gas in the areas.

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