The story of Mozambique’s energy development in the last decade has been at the forefront of African oil and gas evoking a vision of what future energy projects may look like for other African nations. The emergence of a significant gas hub in Southern Africa is providing lessons in stakeholder engagement, project finance, and global industry collaboration from pre-FEED to operational implementation. In this AOW webinar, key questions and perspectives were discussed including:
How will Mozambique LNG supply impact the global LNG industry over the next 5 years?
What will be the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic on current project development and market drivers?
How can Mozambique and Southern Africa secure and upskill the workforce needed to achieve its ambitions?
What are the post-FID opportunities available for Mozambican and Southern African SMEs in the gas supply chain?
What role can Mozambique’s natural gas and LNG play in regional energy security in the next decade?
Dexter Wang, Asia Market Enagement Lead, S&P Global Platts
Mario Fernandes, Mozambique Oil & Gas Leader, Deloitte
Trey (Lyman) Armstrong, MD Project & Structured Finance, EXIM Bank
Paul Eardley-Taylor, Head of Oil & Gas Southern Africa, Standard Bank