Mozambique is still negotiating a memorandum of understanding with GL Africa Energy to build a power plant in northern Mozambique using the government’s domestic gas allocation, the country’s deputy minister of mineral resources and energy has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
GL Africa submitted plans last year to build a 250 MW power plant in Nacala as part of Mozambique’s domestic gas tender.
But speaking at the International Gas Cooperation Summit in Durban on Monday, Augusto de Sousa Fernando said negotiations are stuck on both the final...
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