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Exploring Mozambique

The history of Mozambique is entwined with the life of explorer Vasco da Gama, who landed on its coast in 1498.

Today, Mozambique is one of the most promising African countries in the Oil&Gas sector.

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Stories

Iron and waves: where FLNG's born

Sustainability goes onboard the Coral Sul FLNG, the gigantic plant-ship that will bring gas to Mozambique.

by Marilia Cioni
10 February 2020
5 min read
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DOCUFILM#3 - Powering Mozambique - How to make a difference

Water, Health, Education, Employment, Energy. How to make a difference in a sustainable way.

04 February 2020
min read
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Stories

New energy for Africa, from renewables to gas

To remedy constant black-outs, they have fixed their efforts on renewables. A big gas field discovered by Eni is going to change history.

by Eni Staff
06 February 2020
8 min read
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Project

Healthcare project in Mozambique

Thanks to the Eni Foundation, between 2013 and 2017 we trained healthcare personnel and improved health services in the town of Palma in Mozambique.

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Project

Rovuma LNG

This project involves the production and liquefaction of natural gas from the Area 4 block in the Rovuma Basin, in the north of Mozambique.

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Coral South

Coral South was the first project for developing and producing key gas resources we discovered in Area 4 of the Rovuma Basin, off the coast of Mozambique.

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Energy efficiency and sustainable cooking

The project promotes efficient use of natural resources, bringing better stoves to Mozambique.

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Stories

Africa: a whole host of records

From offshore Angola to Ghana and on to Mozambique. Large deposits and large ships to more quickly to convert these deposits into power for the world.

by Marilia Cioni
24 March 2017
7 min read