The US oil company has decided to redesign its future liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains in Mozambique in order to reduce their carbon footprint. The major is keen to project an image of an environmentally virtuous project.
While safety issues are far from being resolved in the Cabo Delgado province, the two majors operating in Block 4 are working hard to develop offshore solutions.
With the exception of Namibia and Mozambique, Africa has ceased to be attractive to US oil companies, which are gradually withdrawing from the market. This strategy is the opposite of that adopted by the Chinese and Russians, which are continuing to push ahead.
Flying in the face of low crude prices, over the past few months ExxonMobil has been on a spending spree across Africa picking up a string of new acquisitions. New boss Darren Woods' arrival in January doesn't seem to have [.