One of the greatest opportunities for oil and gas projects is in the hiring of nationals either directly by the project, indirectly by contractors and subcontractors or in an induced manner, that is, through activities that arise in connection with the projects. Through the hiring of local workforce, it is possible to transfer knowledge and subsequent succession of foreign citizens by nationals, ensuring that in the future, Mozambicans may occupy more qualified positions in the projects, as well as export national workforce to other projects abroad.
To develop this project, a natural gas liquefied plant will be needed to be built on land as well as other infrastructure associated with the project.Read more
The Coral Sul FLNG project, differently from Golfinho/Atum, will be developed through a floating natural gas production and liquefied infrastructure (Floating Liquified Natural Gas), located in deep water (offshore), more than 50 km from continental Cabo Delgado. The floating platform is being built in South Korea and in other parts of the world, meaning a reduced workforce requirement compared to the Golfinho/Atum. In fact, around 858 new direct, indirect and induced jobs will be created during the life cycle of the project.Read more
The Rovuma LNG project, similarly to Golfinho/Atum project, it provides for the construction of natural gas liquefied units onshore as well as other auxiliary infrastructure. However, this project, compared to Golfinho/Atum, presents a greater number of the national and foreign workforce, as a result of technical aspects such as (i) Size and capacity of production modules, (ii) Size of fields, (iii) Size of infrastructure and (iv) Number of production wells.Read more