Gurue, Mozambique — 13 September 2013 – Two oil terminals are to be built in the city of Tete and the town of Palma, in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, in order to supply fuel to large coal and natural gas projects in the country
Macauhub News Agency reports that at a meeting of the Energy Ministry’s Coordinating Council here, Energy Minister Salvador Namburete said that construction of the two terminals would require active participation of national companies in the value and supply chains of Mozambique’s extractive industry.
Cited by Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias, the minister said that another 44 fuel stations had been built across the country, increasing the total to 340.
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