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The Mozambique-South Africa Gas Dynamic

Since 2004, South Africa has been importing practically all of its natural gas via a transmission pipeline from Sasol’s Pande and Temane gas fields in Mozambique. “The situation, as it is today, is that most of our power generation comes …

06.07.2018

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Interview: Omar Mithá – Chairman and CEO, National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), Mozambique (Part II)

In Part II of an exclusive two-part interview (click here for Part I), Omar Mithá, chairman and CEO of Mozambique’s national oil company, the National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), discusses how Mozambique fares in relation to its regional competitors, its evolving relationship …

26.06.2018


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Interview: Omar Mithá – Chairman and CEO, National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), Mozambique (Part I)

In the first part of an exclusive two-part interview, Omar Mithá, chairman and CEO of Mozambique’s national oil company, the National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), introduces the organization, its major projects, East Africa’s gas potential, and the next steps for developing Mozambique’s …

26.06.2018

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Africa: The Future of Gas?

“Africa is going to be an important part of the global gas industry of the future,” says David Carroll, president of the International Gas Union (IGU), the association which advocates for natural gas as an integral part of a sustainable …

04.06.2018


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Interview: David Carroll – President, International Gas Union (IGU)

David Carroll, president of the International Gas Union (IGU) – the association which aims to promote the technical, economic and political interests of the global natural gas industry – discusses the successes of the three-year US presidency of the IGU …

04.06.2018

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Interview: Tokologo Lekgetha – Co-Founder and Executive Director, Borutho Group, South Africa

Tokologo Lekgetha, co-founder and executive director of the Borutho Group of Companies, discusses the reasons behind founding the company and the steps they have taken to build their partnership network. Furthermore, he highlights the importance of the Black Economic Empowerment …

24.05.2018


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Interview: Thabiso Mageza – Director, LNG Tech, South Africa

Thabiso Mageza, director of LNG Tech, discusses the challenges of operating in a market with a limited and controlled gas supply as well as obstacles of developing the ecosystem from an infrastructure perspective. He also touches on the opportunities for …

10.05.2018

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Interview: Benoit Araman – Managing Director, Oryx Oil South Africa

Benoit Araman, managing director of Oryx Oil South Africa, highlights the importance of the Sub-Saharan region for the company and the intricacies of the LPG landscape in South Africa. Moreover, he discusses the need to promote investments into energy infrastructure …

09.05.2018


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Mozambique’s Gas Dream in Danger

The discovery of 100 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in 2010 had the potential to precipitate a turnaround for the troubled east African country of Mozambique; which has enough reserves to become the world’s third-largest exporter of LNG. However, …

03.05.2018

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Interview: Johan de Vos – CEO, Gigajoule Group, South Africa

Johan de Vos, CEO of Gigajoule Group, shares the group’s amazing achievements in developing natural gas infrastructure in Mozambique over the past decade, the important role for the private sector in southern Africa’s energy story, and his ambition to position …

20.04.2018


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Interview: Stephen Rothman – CEO, CNG Holdings, South Africa

Stephen Rothman, CEO of CNG Holdings, discusses the market conditions which have opened the doors of the market to CNG players and the potential of CNG in helping shaped the nation’s energy mix. Furthermore, he highlights the need for greater …

19.04.2018

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Interview: Hloniphizwe Mtolo – Chairman, Shell South Africa

Hloniphizwe Mtolo, chairman of Shell South Africa, discusses the company’s strategy during the recent challenging period for the industry and the importance of Shell South Africa, which owns, together with BP, the continent’s largest refinery, SAPREF. Furthermore, he highlights the …

09.04.2018


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