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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. This marks the start of an implementation phase for the gas industry of Mozambique, with more such deals expected to move from planning phase into fruition, the economy will see the benefits from this new business in the country.
The Mozambique Gas Summit & Exhibition taking place in October will extensively cover the latest developments in Mozambique’s gas industry. Organized by acclaimed oil and gas events company, the CWC Group, in partnership with Mozambique’s national hydrocarbon’s company ENH, expect to get the full update on the Coral South FLNG project from the country’s senior decision makers.
Senior Speaker List Includes:
– H.E. Leticia Deusina da Silva Klemens, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Republic of Mozambique
– Dr. Vasco Nhabinde, Director of Directorate of Economic and Finance Studies, Ministry of Economy & Finance
– Dr. Omar Mithá, Chairman/CEO, ENH
– Dr. Carlos Zacarias, President, INP
The Summit, to be held over 3 days in October, is widely supported by industry stakeholders including ExxonMobil, Anadarko & Mozambique LNG, BP, TechnipFMC, SASOL, Siemens and Alugas providing a unique opportunity to access and do business with these and many more key companies all under one roof.
Exciting features have been announced for this year’s summit, which will seek to increase attendee’s participation:
– Outstanding Women Forum with our distinguished Guest of Honour Ms. Graça Machel (Drinks sponsored by ExxonMobil)
– Roundtable Discussions
– Mozambique Gas & LNG Awards Evening
– 2nd National University Contest (Sponsored by BP)
– Fully dedicated National Content Day
– 3 Day International Exhibition
For further information visit www.mozambique-gas-summit.comSource: CWC Group / Press Release
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