Australia-based Tlou Energy has been granted a CBM mining licence by the government of Botswana, the company announced in a statement on Monday.
The licence is for the Lesedi project, which Tlou hopes will eventually generate 100 MW of CBM power from the Orapa dual-fuel power plant. The government asked Tlou for a proposal to develop 100 MW of CBM earlier this year. The submission deadline is on Wednesday.
Tlou also announced that the licences for its Mamba project, comprised of five CBM prospects, have been renewed...
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