Mocambique – China – GAS

Gas is lankal op die horison – maar dis nou “vriendskap en samewerking” asook eiendom.   Gas, steenkool, goud en veral hout word uitgevoer – ontbossing vind redelik plaas. Wie gaan uiteindelik die “gas”, steenkool, goud en ander minerale beheer in hierdie area – Mosambiek of iemand anders?    Who will be in control of all the minerals in Mozambique – especially gas pipelines to other countries, inclusive South Africa.  And the Cahora Bassa.  And all those new fancy buildings?
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Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB) operates the Cahora Bassa hydropower plant, which has an installed capacity of 2,060 MW. Located in Tete province, Mozambique, the company’s mission is to generate, transmit and sell clean electricity efficiently and sustainably, maximising the benefits for the shareholders and generating wealth for the country.
December 2018 – An additional 78,000 megawatts (MW) in clean energy storage capacity is expected to come online by 2030 from hydropower reservoirs fitted with pumped storage technology, according to the International Hydropower Association (IHA).

Cahora Bassa The Cahora Bassa lake—in the Portuguese colonial era until 1974 known as Cabora Bassa, from Nyungwe Kahoura-Bassa, meaning “finish the job”—is Africas fourth-largest artificial lake, situated in the Tete Province in Mozambique In Africa, only Lake Volta in Ghana, Lake Kariba, on the Zambezi upstream of Cahora Bassa, and Egypts Lake Nasser are bigger in terms of surface water Contents 1 History 11 Portuguese period 12 Independent Mozambique 2 Related economic activities 3 See also 4 References 5 External links History Portuguese period The Cahora Bassa System started in the late 1960s as a project of the Portuguese in the Overseas Province of Mozambique Southern African governments were also involved in an agreement stating that Portugal would build and operate a hydroelectric generating station at Cahora Bassa together with the high-voltage direct current HVDC transmission system required to bring electricity to the border of South Africa South Africa, on the other hand, undertook to build and operate the Apollo converter station and part of the transmission system requi Cahora Bassa


Vir wie word al geboue en besighede opgerig – gaan die bevolking van Mosambiek hierby baat en gaan hul opgelei word om hul eie land te bestuur of gaan hulle afhanklik wees van China en Chinese wetgewing in die toekoms?  Standard bank
Wood, gas and Coal in Mozambique , but the country is still very very poor and for whom is those luxurious buildings for?   Will the Chinese train the people of Mozambique? FYLYjm4E0


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2017 – Mozambique could, by 2030, have discovered double current estimated natural gas reserves of 180 trillion cubic feet located in the Rovuma river basin off the north coast of the country, according to Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias.  The information was given by the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Letícia Klemens at an international conference on the production and consumption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Tokyo, Japan.   A consortium led by Italian oil company Eni said in June it had made a final decision to invest in the sea off the northern coast of Mozambique, becoming the first major natural gas project to launch the implementation phase in the country.


Let’s take a look at some of those initiatives now. Mozambique has vast natural gas potential. But it’s Chinese construction companies that are transforming the country’s urban areas.

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