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Stage set for Mozambique Gas Summit

The Mozambican Ministry of Mineral Resources and the National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) will host CWC Group’s first Mozambique Gas Summit in Maputo from 12 to 14 March 2013

The event will gather key representatives from the Mozambican government, local organisations and international oil and gas companies to discuss the gas discoveries in Mozambique and their impact on the global gas industry.

Key speakers at the event will include Mozambican Prime Minister Alberto Vaquina, minister of mineral resources Esperança Laurinda Nhiuane Bias, minister of energy Salvador Namburete and ENH chairman Nelson Ocuane.

The Ministry of Mineral Resources, Ministry of Energy and ENH will make announcements on the development of the gas discoveries, their impact on Mozambique and how they will determine the direction of the gas and LNG markets in Mozambique and around the world.

INP (National Petroleum Institute) CEO Arsénio Mabote will make announcements on the bidding rounds to come.

The event will be backed by representations from the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Ministry of Energy headed by the minister Salvador Namburete. It will see participation from ENH senior management and Petromoc delegation led by the chairman, Nuno de Oliveira as well as senior representatives from CMH and INP.

Mozambique Gas Summit will be expected to bring together more than 400 top executives, decision-makers and leaders in the field from Mozambique, countries around the region and internationally.

The summit will aim to become the annual meeting place of the gas industry in Maputo, Mozambique.


Mozambique prepares to host gas summit