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Old April 10th, 2014, 09:14 PM   #441
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Mozambique economy to grow by 8.3 percent in 2014 – IMF

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Mozambique’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is expected to grow by 8.3 percent this year but is likely to slow down to 7.9 percent in 2015.The projections are contained in the IMF’s World Economic Outlook released on Tuesday in Washington DC.

The report showed that the Mozambican economy would expand by 0.4 percentage points from the 2013 figure of 7.9 percent.

The document did not provide an analysis for these figures, but in mid-March, at a joint conference with the IMF’s programmatic evaluation mission, a revised Mozambican state budget was announced.
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As Mozambique inches closer to its ambition of becoming a leader in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG)industry, the East African country looks set to upending Nigeria’s share of the high-demand Asian markets as it makes inroads into the region.

Last week, Anadarko Petroleum, the primary operator of Mozambique’s Rovuma Offshore Area 1,which is estimated to hold more than 65 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas, said it had sold twothirds of the capacity of its planned Mozambique LNG project to Asian customers and hopes to have the rest sold soon.

To develop massive LNG projects, financiers often require customers to be lined up well in advance.

Analysts believe that the Mozambique’s proximity to Asia is likely to stand it in good stead for LNG exports as it presents a veritable alternative for Asian buyers.

“East Africa, in particular Mozambique, could be a new hotspot in LNG exports due to its recent large offshore discoveries,” said British maritime classification society, Lloyd’s Register, in its ‘Global Marine Trends 2030’ report.

LNG, gas chilled to liquid form for sea transport, is a key fuel source and many Asian nations have been hungry to find steady sources.

“If things go well in Mozambique, it may well end up being the second largest LNG exporter in the world after Qatar and overtaking Australia. Large consumers of gas are already present there – like India – or seeking a toehold like the Thais and now even the Chinese. Shell, the largest LNG player globally is keen to step in,” said Niraj Mansingka, an oil and gas analyst at Edelweiss, according to Rigzone.

Whither Nigeria’s Brass LNG?

Brass LNG project was designed to produce 10 million metric tonnes of LNG per year, with the final investment decision (FID) initially planned for 2006. But it was later rescheduled for 2008 and then 2010.

It was expected to happen in 2012 and then last year, but it has yet to be taken by the shareholders, which include the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Total and Eni Group. ConocoPhillips withdrew from the project in 2012.

The withdrawal of ConocoPhillips in 2012 is among the factors hindering the existing stakeholders in the project from taking the FID on the project. Oando Plc, which is acquiring ConocoPhillips’ Nigerian assets, had in September last year terminated its purchase of the US oil firm’s stake in the Brass LNG plant.

The need to sell the stake to a new buyer may have led to the postponement of the FID on the project last year.

Ecobank Research in its Energy, Oil & Gas report on October 7, 2013, says although there is significant interest from some Asian national oil companies in the gas project, concerns around the economics of these LNG projects are starting to dampen buyer enthusiasm.

It states that the economics of LNG plants in the Gulf of Guinea have been significantly affected by the growth of the shale gas sector in the United States of America and emergence of a comparable gas region in size offshore East Africa.

“Furthermore, uncertainties around government policy and involvement have further affected these LNG projects and sparked withdrawal by key partners.

“If a new buyer is not secured in time for an FID by 2014/2015 to enable completion of the plant by 2018, the likelihood that the project would secure patronage from Asia is significantly reduced. By then LNG projects in East Africa and Australia could be on-stream to meet Asia’s gas demand,” the report says.

The offtake of the output from the Brass LNG is targeted at markets in Western Europe and Asia.

Promoters of Brass LNG still working In what signals progress for the Brass LNG, the promoters of the project are considering a restructure of the project such that the commitment from each existing stakeholder to the project may be increased as the exit of ConocoPhillips continues to stall the progress of the project, BusinessDay West Africa Energy has learnt.

An industry source who is close to the project told BusinessDay West Africa Energy that the promoters are also negotiating a new licensing agreement with ConocoPhillips to enable them continue the use of its Optimised Cascade Technology on the project.

The new agreement became necessary since the United States-based group is no longer a shareholder in the project. According to the source, the promoters would pay certain fees to ConocoPhillips upon the conclusion of the agreement.

“The withdrawal by ConocoPhillips has been a major challenge as it is their Optimised Cascade Technology that is in use for the project,” the source said. “Pre-Front End Engineering and Design (Pre-FEED) has been conducted

taking the Cascade technology into consideration. Front End Engineering and Design has also been done taking that technology into consideration.

Not that the technology was used though, but was taken into consideration. The technology is referred to as the ConocoPhillips Optimised Cascade LNG Process.”

Also, in a bid to ensure sufficient gas supply for the Brass LNG, Chevron has reportedly submitted a development project for non-associated gas on Oil Mining Lease (OML) 85, 86 and 88 to the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), aimed at merging production on the gas fields of Funiwa, North Apoi, Okunbe, Pennington, North Chioma and Middleton.

The Brass LNG, which includes two liquefaction trains with a capacity of 5 million tonnes per year each, requires supplies of 11.7 Tcf to be profitable. Eni is expected to supply 4.7 Tcf from its OML 60, 61, 62 and 63 and Total 3.6 Tcf.

Analysts speak “Nigeria need to accelerate negotiation with LNG partners for the Brass LNG and Olokola LNG, as well as the next train for Bonny,” said Wumi Iledare, president of International Association for Energy Economics and director of Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt, stressing the need to pass a progressive Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) with a well-articulated fiscal regime for gas.

Claire Lawrie, head of oil and gas advisory for Africa, Ernst & Young, noted that the LNG industry is everevolving, impacted by macroeconomic fundamentals and technology evolution, saying Nigeria needs to tighten up a lot of loose ends such as delayed projects, among others.

“In addition to fast-tracking gas projects, Nigeria has to continue its push to stop gas flaring, not only from a health and environmental perspective, but also because it is burning cash which in turn is affecting the nations LNG market,” she said, adding that the rise in shale gas in the United States (US) has been stalling new LNG projects in Nigeria.

Akin Adetunji, executive vice chairman, Terra Energy Services Nigeria Limited said the best option for Nigeria is to intensify efforts to attract long-term buyers, adding that LNG ventures are planned on an agreed supply to customers on long-term basis minimum of which is 15 years.
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A economia moçambicana vai registar um crescimento de 7,3% em 2014, devendo fechar o ano com um défice orçamental equivalente a 9,2% do Produto Interno Bruto (PIB), prevê a Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), num relatório recente sobre o país.

Menos optimista do que o Fundo Monetário Internacional, que apontou, em Março, uma taxa para a expansão do PIB moçambicano de 8,3%, a EIU mostra-se também mais moderada nas suas previsões para 2015, anunciando um crescimento da economia de 7,6%, abaixo da previsão de 7,9% avançada pela organização financeira.

Considerando o recente encaixe extraordinário de cerca de 300 milhões de dólares, resultante da tributação de mais-valias pelo Estado moçambicano à alienação de parte do capital (10%) que o grupo petroquímico norte-americano Anadarko Petroleum detém no projecto de exploração de hidrocarbonetos da bacia do Rovuma, a EIU reviu de 9,9% para 9,2% a sua previsão para o défice orçamental do país em 2014.

No relatório, a organização estima que a inflação média anual se situe em cerca de 4%, devendo acelerar para 4,7% no próximo ano, acompanhando a tendência dos preços internacionais do petróleo.
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Coreia do Sul empresta 124 milhões de dólares a Moçambique
2014/05/27 NOTÍCIAS

O Banco de Exportações e Importações da Coreia do Sul concedeu dois empréstimos no montante de 124 milhões de dólares a Moçambique para a construção de uma estrada e de aterros sanitários, informou o matutino Notícias, de Maputo.

De acordo com o jornal, os dois acordos de crédito segunda-feira assinados incluem um de 75,441 milhões de dólares para a construção da Estrada Nacional Número 104 (N104), que liga Nampula e Nametil, na província de Nampula e um outro de 48,621 milhões de dólares para a construção de aterros sanitários em Maputo e Matola.

Os dois empréstimos têm um período de amortização de 40 anos, incluindo 15 de período de graça e uma taxa de juro de 0,01%.

O projecto de construção da EN104 cobre um troço de 74 quilómetros entre a cidade de Nampula e a vila de Namitil, que passará a ser asfaltada, havendo a expectativa de a mesma vir a impulsionar, por um lado, a circulação da população e, por outro, o fluxo de transporte e escoamento de mercadorias para os distritos circunvizinhos de Angoche e Moma, potenciais produtores de produtos agrícolas, pescado, areias pesadas e titânio.

Com o projecto de construir aterros sanitários prevê-se a edificação de uma infra-estrutura moderna de deposição e tratamento de resíduos sólidos urbanos, que vai servir as cidades de Maputo e Matola, com uma capacidade estimada de cerca de 1400 toneladas/dia.

Yim Seong-Hyeog, vice-presidente do Banco de Exportações e Importações da Coreia do Sul, disse, na assinatura dos acordos de crédito, que o primeiro projecto financiado pela Coreia do Sul em Moçambique foi a construção do Hospital Central de Quelimane em 2008, tendo no total sido já concedidos créditos bonificados no valor de 318 milhões de dólares para financiar 8 projectos.

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Old June 9th, 2014, 12:18 PM   #445
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Mozambique approves investments worth US$782.9 million in first quarter
JUNE 4TH, 2014 NEWS
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Mozambique’s Center for Investment promotion (CPI) approved 125 investment projects in the first quarter of 2014, worth a total of US$782.9 million, of which US$359.07 million came from foreign investors.

Figures from the CPI sent to Macauhub in Maputo showed that, in the same period, national investment totaled US$72.04 million, with loans and shareholder loans accounting for US$351.8 million of the total calculated figure.

Portugal, which invested US$204.2 million in 2+43 projects, was the country that invested most in Mozambique in the first three months of the year followed by Mauritius (US$46.7 million), South Africa (US$36.1 million), China (US$21.4 million), Byelorussia (US$12.05 million), Singapore (US$7.2 million), Kuwait (US$6.6 million), India (US$4.9 million), United Kingdom (US$3.5 million) and the United Arab Emirates (US$3.3 million).

Of the 125 approved projects, 108 had foreign investment from 28 different countries, according to the CPI, which said that the Energy sector received most of the investment, or around US$421 million, which was exclusively channelled into construction of the Buzi Thermoelectric Power Plant, in the coastal province of Sofala.

Industry was the second biggest sector for investment, with 28 projects in the period worth US$138.2 million, followed by Construction and Public Works (US$91.7 million), Services (US$66.7 million), Tourism and Hotels (US$41.1 million), Transport and Communications (US$12.3 million), and Agriculture and Agro-industry (US$11.6 million).

In terms of investment per province, Sofala took the top spot with US$474.05 million, ahead of the city of Maputo (US$110 million), Tete (US$102.1 million), Maputo province (US$39.6 million), Cabo Delgado (US$21.9 million), Inhambane (US$13 million), Manica (US$12.1 million), Nampula (US$7 million), Zambézia (US$2.5 million) and Gaza (US$400,000).
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Banco Mundial prevê crescimento económico de 8,1% para Moçambique em 2014

O Banco Mundial prevê que a economia moçambicana registe uma expansão de 8,1% durante este ano e de até 8,6% em 2015, disse terça-feira em Maputo o director da equipa de tendências macroeconómicas globais da instituição, Andrew Burns.

Durante a apresentação do relatório semestral “Perspectivas Económicas Globais” para a região da África a sul do Saara, do Banco Mundial (BM), Andrew Burns adiantou que o crescimento do produto interno bruto (PIB) de Moçambique continuará a ser sustentado por “fortes investimentos” na economia do país.

Para o gestor, o défice da conta corrente do país, que o BM estima que se situe em 49% do PIB no final do ano, revela-se preocupante quando interpretado num cenário de longo prazo e deve merecer uma atenção imediata das autoridades moçambicanas, cujo “grande desafio” passa por “converter o investimento realizado no país em desenvolvimento sustentável.”

Sobre os projectos de exploração de gás natural liquefeito (LNG na sigla em inglês) da bacia sedimentar do Rovuma, Andrew Burns alertou para a crescente convergência dos preços do gás natural praticados nos mercados asiático, europeu e americano, que pode representar um risco para Moçambique, notando, no entanto, que este factor não será uma condicionante ao início dos empreendimentos, projectado para 2018.

“A fase de investimentos é o grande desafio que as empresas enfrentam, mas, assim que concluída, poderão continuar a extrair recursos durante muito tempo”, considerou Burns.

O economista-chefe do BM para Moçambique, Julio Revilla, considerou, por outro lado, que as actuais circunstâncias do mercado internacional do gás natural “não são as mesmas que se verificaram há dois anos”, instando, por isso, o país a acelerar o desenvolvimento dos projectos e assegurar contratos de longo prazo para a compra do LNG que venha a produzir
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O capital investido por empresas portuguesas em Moçambique ascende a cerca de 1500 milhões de dólares, afirmou segunda-feira o embaixador de Moçambique em Portugal, José Augusto de Jesus Duarte.

Falando a propósito da visita de Estado que o Presidente da República, Armando Guebuza, efectua a partir de segunda até quinta-feira a Portugal, o embaixador acrescentou que como resultado desse investimento Portugal é o maior empregador estrangeiro dando trabalho a cerca de 34 mil cidadãos moçambicanos.

Nos últimos três anos, apesar da crise financeira e económica, Portugal tem ocupado o terceiro lugar em termos de investimentos em Moçambique, depois da África do Sul e da China, facto considerado positivo pelo director-geral do Centro de Promoção de Investimentos (CPI) de Moçambique, Lourenço Sambo.

Citado pelo matutino Notícias, de Maputo, o director-geral do CPI, que está à frente de um grupo de mais de 30 empresários moçambicanos que acompanham o Presidente da República, disse que “se olharmos para o primeiro trimestre deste ano podemos dizer que Portugal liderou a lista como maior investidor em Moçambique.”

“Sob o ponto de vista económico, as relações entre os dois países são excelentes, esperando-se que elas sejam cada vez mais consolidadas nesta visita em que está prevista a realização de um seminário empresarial Moçambique-Portugal, no qual deverão participar cerca de 200 empresários, entre portugueses e moçambicanos”, observou Sambo.

As grandes áreas de investimento são a energia, construção civil e turismo, além de um número considerável de projectos geridos por investidores portugueses.

Uma reunião cimeira entre Portugal e Moçambique teve lugar recentemente em Maputo, no decurso da qual foram assinados 19 acordos e libertados 133 milhões de euros para investimentos em Moçambique.
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Business investment in Mozambique totals US$1.212 billion in first half

Mozambique’s Centre for Investment Promotion (CPI) de approved 239 project in the first half of this year, worth a total of around US$1.212 billion, the organisation told Macauhub in Maputo.

Of the total investment, over US$618.9 million came from foreign investors and US$105.2 million from national investors and loans associated to both totalling US$488 million.

Compared to the first three month of the year, when the CPI approved projects in the total of US$782.9 million, investments in the second quarter fell by around 40 percent to US$429.2 million.

Compared to the same period of 2013, when over US$1.448 billion were invested, there was a drop of around US$1.236 million or 50.4 percent.

Energy was the sector that received most investment, around US$421 million, followed by Industry (US$228.5 million), Construction and Public Works (US$218.7 million), Tourism and Hotels (US$183.07 million), Transport and Communications (US$65.8 million), Services (US$61.6 million), Agriculture and Agro-industry (US$31.7 million), Banks and Insurance (US$1.1 million) and Aquaculture and Fishing (US$400,800).

Sofala province attracted the most investment, with US$517.3 million followed by the city of Maputo (US$256.4 million), Maputo province (US$132.5 million), Cabo Delgado (US$124.1 million), Tete (US$113.9 million), Manica (US$21.6 million), Gaza (US$15.6 million), Inhambane (US$15.4 million), Nampula (US$10.2 million), Zambézia (US$2.6 million) and Niassa (US$2.1 million).

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Investimentos de 32 bilhões de dólares para infraestrutura nos próximos anos.


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Mozambique is one of three of the main foreign investment destinations in Africa and over the next few years is expected to be home to infrastructure projects worth an estimated US$32 billion, according to Deutsche Bank.

In a recent report on Mozambique’s economy, Claire Schaffnit-Chatterjee, an analyst from Deutsche Bank, said that economic growth in the country would be more than 8 percent per year until 2019, benefitting from a positive macroeconomic climate.

Coal mining, investment in transport infrastructure and development of the natural gas sector should drive growth over the next few years. Financial and construction services will be sectors with high growth,” said the analyst.

Mozambique, she said, has become an important destination for foreign investment, and over the last two years has attracted US$5 billion, the equivalent of a third of its GDP, for development of natural gas reserves, coal as well as needed roads, railways and port facilities.

Brazilian multinational company Vale is investing US$6.5 billion in a terminal and 900 kilometres of railway to link it coal mine in Moatize to the deep water port of Nacala, and expects to double its exports by next year when coal will become the main export from Mozambique, replacing aluminium.

“Mozambique has the potential to become the biggest coal producer in Africa,” with total reserves of 20 billion tons, but also, “one of the main exporters of natural gas in 2020,” the analyst said.

Natural gas discoveries have already provided income of US$1.3 billion for the Mozambican state, through capital gains taxes.

According to the World Bank, commercial exploration of coal and gas deposits will more than double the country’s wealth.

The weight of raw materials exports on the country’s economy has led some analysts to question if the country will reduce its efforts to diversify and widen the economy’s production base.

Mozambique compares favourably to Angola, with industry accounting for 15 percent of GDP, five times more than in Angola, where oil is by far the biggest sector.

Deutsche Bank said that the government’s “ambitious policy agenda” was favourable for Mozambique as it included attracting foreign investment as well as a strategic five-year plan to improve the country’s business climate.

“Mozambique has an opportunity to strengthen ties upstream and downstream of raw materials, particularly in the natural gas an industrial sectors – for example by developing the food, fertiliser and electricity industries,” the analyst said.

If Mozambique is able to invest most of its revenues from natural resources in physical and human capital, its future is promising, even if progress to improve the business climate, infrastructure and government efficiency is slow,” she said
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Economia de Moçambique deverá beneficiar com produção de combustíveis líquidos a partir do gás natural
2014/08/18 DESTAQUES
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As unidades de produção de combustíveis refinados a partir de gás natural projectadas para Moçambique podem multiplicar o impacto desta matéria-prima energética na economia, com a redução da importação de combustíveis e mesmo exportação para a região.

Enquanto as unidades de processamento de gás natural liquefeito (LNG) para exportação têm sido mais faladas e têm projectos mais avançados, as fábricas de transformação de gás em combustíveis líquidos (GTL, na sigla inglesa) oferecem a capacidade de abastecer o mercado interno e regional com gasóleo, combustíveis sintéticos e outros combustíveis refinados.

Este tipo de produção, afirma a Economist Intelligence Unit em relatório sobre a economia moçambicana, “trazem mais benefícios para a economia doméstica em termos de criação de emprego, actividade industrial e eliminação de custos das caras importações de bens energéticos.”

O desenvolvimento destas unidades “permitirá a Moçambique acrescentar valor aos seus recursos gasíferos” recentemente descobertos na bacia do Rovuma, que rivalizam com as maiores já identificadas no mundo, com “grande impacto industrial, comercial e orçamental”, para além de 2018, quando a produção tiver início, adianta a EIU.

No mês passado, a estatal moçambicana Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) acordou com os grupos sul-africanos Sasol e italiano ENI a realização de um estudo de pré-viabilidade para a construção de uma fábrica GTL, a ser alimentada com o gás natural a ser extraído na bacia do Rovuma, na província de Cabo Delgado, que deverá ter uma capacidade inicial de produção de 96 mil barris de combustíveis líquidos por dia.
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A fábrica têxtil Riopele retoma sexta-feira a laboração com a inauguração da primeira fase de um projecto que a médio prazo será um complexo agro-industrial que incluirá uma fábrica de confecção de vestuário, disse o presidente do grupo Intelec Holding.

Salimo Abdula, cujo grupo é accionista do consórcio Mozambique Cotton Manufacturers (MCM), dono do projecto, disse ao jornal Notícias, de ×Maputo, que nesta primeira fase a actividade da ×Riopele limitar-se-á à fiação de algodão.

“Para esta fase (fiação) a empresa comprou algodão moçambicano à Companhia João Ferreira dos ×Santos para ser transformado em fios e depois ser colocado no mercado internacional”, disse ×Salimo Abdula, que salientou poder o fio vir, futuramente, a ser consumido pela indústria nacional.

Até à segunda fase, nomeadamente a de tecelagem, espera-se que o projecto venha a empregar cerca de 750 pessoas, número que poderá subir à medida que os investimentos previstos se forem concretizando, até atingir sete mil postos, altura em que toda a cadeia estará em pleno funcionamento, desde o cultivo do algodão até à confecção de vestuário.

O consórcio Mozambique Cotton Manufacturers (MCM), que há alguns anos adquiriu o património da Riopele, é constituído pela Intelec Holdings e pelas empresas portuguesas Mundotêxtil, Mundifios e Crispim Abreu.
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The President of the Republic of Mozambique, Armando Emilio Guebuza, has launched the Integrated Platform for Services to Citizens.

The Integrated Platform, also known as the e-BAÚ Platform, now makes it easier for enterprises in the industrial, commercial, and tourism sectors to obtain their business licences quickly.

The Platform has simplified the process of obtaining a license by linking existing One-Stop-Shops across the country with provincial and ministerial decision making bodies responsible for approving those licenses. The Platform has also helped to reduce the number of procedures required to process a business licence making the issuance of business licenses a faster, and simpler process for enterprise owner.

For example, enterprises wishing to obtain an industrial business licence will now go through 2 procedures instead of 5 and should be able to receive their license in 10 days, instead of the previous 36 days. Those wishing to get a tourism license will go through only 4 procedures, instead of the previous 9 and will obtain their license in 17 days instead of the previous 45 days.

In the future, the e-BAÚ Platform is expected to include a Citizen Portal where Citizens will be able to process birth certificates, education certificates, social security, and Government services. Other business licenses and services will also be added to the Platform, including services related to construction, fisheries, transport, mineral resources, and land use.

The e-BAÚ Platform is part of the Mozambique Government’s efforts to improve the business environment and provide better services to its Citizens. These improvements are being conducted through the systematic reforming and modernizing of the Public Administration Sector, and employ e-Government solutions for greater efficiency.

Funded by The Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF) and the Government of Mozambique, the e-BAÚ Platform has currently been rolled out to seven provinces, including Maputo, Gaza, Inhambane, Sofala, Tete, Nampula and Cabo Delgado. It will be rolled out to the rest of the provinces during phase two of its implementation.

Speaking about the launch, William Asiko, the ICF CEO said:
‘ICF is pleased to be part of this important initiative that is helping to make Mozambique a better place to do business. We believe the contribution being made through the Integrated Platform is not only transformative, but of great benefit to the private sector in Mozambique and, ultimately to the wider Mozambican economy.
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Old September 2nd, 2014, 01:36 PM   #453
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Poderia ser ainda mais rápido, mais é um progresso! Estão de parabéns
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Old September 2nd, 2014, 01:43 PM   #454
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Ya, a titulo de exemplo temos Ruanda aqui mesmo nas nossas portas, onde leva menos de 24 horas para obter uma licença de negócios. Mas como disseste, isso só já é progresso.
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Investimentos de 32 bilhões de dólares para infraestrutura nos próximos anos.

Mozambique only compares favourably to Angola because the gas money hasnt started yet. When it does, GDP will jump and the % industry will plummet.
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Old September 17th, 2014, 10:54 PM   #456
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Companhia Moçambicana de Hidrocarbonetos com lucro de 37,8 milhões de dólares em 2013

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A estatal Companhia Moçambicana de Hidrocarbonetos (CMH) obteve em 2013 um lucro de 37,8 milhões de dólares, um acréscimo de 29% em termos homólogos, de acordo com o relatório e contas relativo ao exercício do ano passado.

Ainda de acordo com o relatório da CMH citado pela imprensa moçambicana, a empresa obteve em 2013 uma receita de 94 milhões de dólares, mais 25,6% do que os 74,8 milhões de dólares registados no anterior ano fiscal.

O activo da empresa aumentou de 341 milhões de dólares para 375,7 milhões de dólares, o passivo cresceu de 178,7 milhões de dólares para 187,4 milhões de dólares e os capitais próprios cresceram de 162,4 milhões para 188,3 milhões de dólares.

A administração da CMH, empresa pública responsável pelos interesses de Moçambique na exploração de hidrocarbonetos, considerou satisfatório o resultado alcançado, uma vez ter conseguido pagar um montante de 11,95 milhões de dólares aos accionistas sob a forma de dividendos.

“Os nossos accionistas estão a começar a receber níveis adequados de dividendos, de acordo com os bons índices de desempenho financeiro da empresa”, refere o relatório e contas.

De acordo com o documento, um dos aspectos que justificam o “bom resultado alcançado” é o facto de em 2013 a empresa ter concluído as negociações de venda de cerca de 27 milhões de gigajoules de gás para o mercado nacional e o início do fornecimento desse gás para o mercado, resultando no “aumento dos volumes de gás fornecidos ao mercado doméstico.”
http://www.macauhub.com.mo/pt/2014/0...lares-em-2013/
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Mozambique only compares favourably to Angola because the gas money hasnt started yet. When it does, GDP will jump and the % industry will plummet.
Let's hope it won't. Despite the corruption and all, we have mature people running the economy sector. And we're learning from other people's mistakes.
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Moçambique vai arrecadar 115 mil milhões de dólares em receitas do gás entre 2020 e 2040

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Moçambique deverá receber 115 mil milhões de dólares em receitas da exploração dos recursos naturais do país entre 2020 e 2040, de acordo com as estimativas do relatório da Agência Internacional da Energia (EIA) sobre África.
Segundo o relatório da EIA Moçambique só deverá começar a exportar gás natural liquefeito (LNG) “nos primeiros anos da década de 2020″, o que antevê um atraso de pelo menos dois anos face à meta do governo moçambicano.
No documento a Agência Internacional de Energia refere ser evidente “que os mega-projectos não vão, provavelmente, espalhar os benefícios do gás pela população por si próprios”, uma vez que estes grandes empreendimentos “são de capital intensivo, com um impacto directo reduzido em termos de emprego”.
A EIA considera que para garantir um impacto maior, estes projetos precisam de actuar como catalisadores para desenvolver os gasodutos e outras infra-estruturas, facilitando a distribuição de gás aos consumidores comerciais e residenciais de menores dimensões durante o processo.
A distribuição, aliás, é um aspecto que desfavorece Moçambique, dado que as maiores reservas naturais estão bastante distantes do centro populacional de Maputo.
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Isso sem contar com receitas provenientes de exportação de carvão e outros recursos minerais. O futuro promete!
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Isso sem contar com receitas provenientes de exportação de carvão e outros recursos minerais. O futuro promete!
Para alguns nem?
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