Mozambican Gas Sector: Major Opportunities Across Multiple Industries

Mozambique's Potential to Become the Qatar of Africa


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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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Macroeconomic ContextMozambique GDP Growth Outpacing Rest of the WorldGDP CompositionExtractive Industries to Support Future GDP GrowthLegislative FrameworkRegulatory Structure—Key StakeholdersRevised 2014 Petroleum LawRevised 2014 Petroleum Law (continued)2014 Special Regime Decree—LNG Project Areas 1 and 4Oil and Gas LegislationOil and Gas Legislation (continued)Drivers and RestraintsGas Industry DriversGas Industry RestraintsAdditional CommentsUpstream OpportunitiesLarge Offshore Gas Finds in the Rovuma BasinMozambique Significant Gas Resources in Top 15 Globally180+ Tcf of Recoverable Gas Resources in Areas 1 and 4End User Targets for Mozambican LNGRovuma Basin Gas FieldsClose-Up Offshore Gas Discoveries in Areas 1 and 4Fifth Licensing RoundMidstream OpportunitiesExisting Gas InfrastructureExisting Gas Infrastructure—Transmission and DistributionExisting Gas Infrastructure—DistributionExisting Gas Infrastructure—Pipelines and CPFFuture Gas Infrastructure—Onshore LNGFuture Gas Infrastructure—Offshore FLNGFuture Gas Infrastructure—Transmission PipelinesFuture Gas Infrastructure—CPFs and Other ProjectsFuture Gas Infrastructure—Palma LNG ProjectMozambique–Tanzania Link—Ally or Enemy?Downstream OpportunitiesHistorical Natural Gas ProductionGas Master Plan—Gas Monetisation StrategyGas Master Plan—Gas Monetisation Strategy (continued)End-user AnalysisEnd-user Analysis (continued)End-user Diversification—MaputoPower Sector—Existing Power PlantsDownstream Anchor Projects—Future Gas Power PlantsDownstream Anchor Projects—Other Future Power PlantsDownstream Anchor Projects—Future Power Plants MapDownstream Anchor Projects—LPG, GTL, Fertiliser, MethanolConclusionsGas Master Plan—Scenario DevelopmentGas Master Plan—Scenario Development MapDirect Associated Infrastructure OpportunitiesInvestment Opportunities Across the Value ChainLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of AcronymsList of Acronyms (continued)List of Acronyms (continued)List of Acronyms (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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