Japan has an interest in buying natural gas from Mozambique

The Mozambican Information Agency reported that Japan is interested in buying Mozambican gas, including the President of the country, Filipe Nyusi, was in the Japanese capital to visit the company Tokyo Gas, to discuss the possible negotiation.

According to the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy of Mozambique, Letícia Klemens, Japan has an energy deficit, mainly in terms of gas consumption, which increases the opportunity of the Mozambican country. Klemens, said the talks between the parties are well under way and there are good prospects for an agreement, with only the start of negotiations.

It appears that one of the confirmed gas reserves concessions is for Area 1 of the northern Rovuma basin, which is led by the US-based Anadarko, which has even identified large amounts of natural gas there.

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