Mozambican Gas Sector: Major Opportunities Across Multiple Industries

Mozambican Gas Sector: Major Opportunities Across Multiple Industries

Mozambique's Potential to Become the Qatar of Africa

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20-May-2015
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Africa
Research Code: MADA-01-00-00-00
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Offshore natural gas discoveries made in Mozambique since 2010 have propelled the country as a new investment destination in sub-Saharan Africa. By exploiting these resources, Mozambique could become the third-largest exporter of liquefied natural gas in the next decade. However, conditions need to be met before this change can happen and benefit the entire Mozambican population, thus avoiding the resource curse that countries such as Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo fell into. This research seeks to understand the current economic and legislative environment relating to the Mozambican gas industry and to analyse the investment opportunities that are expected to arise along the gas upstream, midstream, and downstream value chain.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Mozambique GDP Growth Outpacing Rest of the World

GDP Composition

Extractive Industries to Support Future GDP Growth

Regulatory Structure—Key Stakeholders

Revised 2014 Petroleum Law

Revised 2014 Petroleum Law (continued)

2014 Special Regime Decree—LNG Project Areas 1 and 4

Oil and Gas Legislation

Oil and Gas Legislation (continued)

Gas Industry Drivers

Gas Industry Restraints

Additional Comments

Large Offshore Gas Finds in the Rovuma Basin

Mozambique Significant Gas Resources in Top 15 Globally

180+ Tcf of Recoverable Gas Resources in Areas 1 and 4

End User Targets for Mozambican LNG

Rovuma Basin Gas Fields

Close-Up Offshore Gas Discoveries in Areas 1 and 4

Fifth Licensing Round

Existing Gas Infrastructure

Existing Gas Infrastructure—Transmission and Distribution

Existing Gas Infrastructure—Distribution

Existing Gas Infrastructure—Pipelines and CPF

Future Gas Infrastructure—Onshore LNG

Future Gas Infrastructure—Offshore FLNG

Future Gas Infrastructure—Transmission Pipelines

Future Gas Infrastructure—CPFs and Other Projects

Future Gas Infrastructure—Palma LNG Project

Mozambique–Tanzania Link—Ally or Enemy?

Historical Natural Gas Production

Gas Master Plan—Gas Monetisation Strategy

Gas Master Plan—Gas Monetisation Strategy (continued)

End-user Analysis

End-user Analysis (continued)

End-user Diversification—Maputo

Power Sector—Existing Power Plants

Downstream Anchor Projects—Future Gas Power Plants

Downstream Anchor Projects—Other Future Power Plants

Downstream Anchor Projects—Future Power Plants Map

Downstream Anchor Projects—LPG, GTL, Fertiliser, Methanol

Gas Master Plan—Scenario Development

Gas Master Plan—Scenario Development Map

Direct Associated Infrastructure Opportunities

Investment Opportunities Across the Value Chain

Legal Disclaimer

List of Acronyms

List of Acronyms (continued)

List of Acronyms (continued)

List of Acronyms (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Offshore natural gas discoveries made in Mozambique since 2010 have propelled the country as a new investment destination in sub-Saharan Africa. By exploiting these resources, Mozambique could become the third-largest exporter of liquefied natural gas in the next decade. However, conditions need to be met before this change can happen and benefit the entire Mozambican population, thus avoiding the resource curse that countries such as Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo fell into. This research seeks to understand the current economic and legislative environment relating to the Mozambican gas industry and to analyse the investment opportunities that are expected to arise along the gas upstream, midstream, and downstream value chain.
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Author Celine Paton
Industries Energy
WIP Number MADA-01-00-00-00
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