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Maputo this week welcomes the Mozambique Gas Summit 2016, one of Mozambique’s regularly events dealing with issues related to the oil and gas industry here and worldwide.
The event, which takes place between November 30 and December 2, is organised by Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) in partnership with events company CWC. The agenda includes a day of debates on national content and two days of strategic panel discussions.
The summit will bring together government representatives and national companies with foreign stakeholders and potential investors to discuss strategies and opportunities for the development of the natural gas reserves discovered in the Rovuma basin.
The summit starts on November 30, with the day dedicated to national content and four sessions on legal issues, the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as debates on good practices of policy implementation.
On 1 and 2 December, Mozambican leaders will invite international partners to debate in strategic panels on important topics that guide the development of the national hydrocarbon industry including the state of development of the projects.
Other themes include: maximising the role of technology; the management of social and environmental impacts; using domestic gas to diversify the economy; financing for projects; and; regional collaboration for the development of the infrastructures needed to implement the projects.
Parallel to these sessions, the summit will also have an exhibition area for networking activities. The exhibition of capabilities and solutions among the leaders of the energy sector aims to facilitate partnerships and business relationships contributing to the future development of the industry.Source: Noticias
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