The INP

The INP

The National Petroleum Institute was created by the Council of Ministers under the Decree. º 25/2004 of 20 August, as the regulatory authority responsible for the administration and promotion of the Petroleum Operations, is a corporation under public law, endowed with legal personality, administrative, financial and patrimonial to carry out the petroleum operations in accordance with relevant legislation, ensuring the better practice with competence, technical capability and impartiality

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A Glimpse into the Supervision Process from an Upstream Perspective

A Glimpse into the Supervision Process from an Upstream Perspective

Maputo, 03 March 2021 - Within the scope of its activities, INP has been monitoring and inspecting oil and gas projects in progress. Apart from being a procedure provided in the organic statute of the institution, it is INP's vision to ensure that oil and gas operations are carried out in compliance with the applicable legal framework for the oil and gas sector. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that these operations are subject to supervision and that this is done efficiently.

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Final Investment Decision for Pande/Temane PSA Approved

Final Investment Decision for Pande/Temane PSA Approved

Maputo, 21 February 2021 - The Government of Mozambique, through the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, announces the approval of the Final Investment Decision (FID) in the amount of 755 million US dollars, reached last Friday, 19 February 2021, for the Project that will develop the Inhassoro, Temane and Temane-East reservoirs, located in the northern area of Inhambane province. This project is under the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA).

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SME’s Urged to Build Capacity to Participate in Natural Gas projects

SME’s Urged to Build Capacity to Participate in Natural Gas projects

Maputo, 1 November 2020-Mozambique is experiencing an unparalleled moment in its history, thanks to the discoveries of natural gas in the Rovuma Basin. This fact is raising great expectation amongs Mozambicans, but also, and above all, it should inspire and reinvigorate joint engagement around the new dynamic that the country is embracing.

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