President Filipe Nyusi is personally handling the situation in Cabo Delgado, wishing to avoid any interference on the part of [...]
Contracted in mid-September by AFRICOM (US Africa Command) to monitor the Seychelles' exclusive economic zone (EEZ) (see our article dated [...]
Following the retreat of ChVK Wagner's forces to Nacala following [...]
With the insurrection in the north gaining momentum, the Mozambican intelligence services see in Paris a useful partner to supplement Russian military aid.
Giants Total and ExxonMobil are fighting tooth and nail for control of the technical aspects of the giant LNG project.
Total has no intention of losing its seat as one of the largest oil players on the continent and has been busy working to keep ahead of Chevron in the race for Anadarko's African assets.
The Mozambican president's stop in Pemba in mid-August acted like a spark to finally set alight progress in the country's small gas community.
As both BP and ExxonMobil take a major bet on the continent, and Total and ENI ramp up their African investments, Shell is nearly the only Western major to be dragging behind. Africa Energy Intelligence examines the Anglo-Dutch major's botched [.
Two years after the vast call for tenders launched with great pomp by the Instituto Nacional de Petroleo (INP), the majors that had been awarded a block have become completely disillusioned with the whole affair.