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Anadarko, ExxonMobil and Delonex get Couto’s head on a platter

The surprise dismissal of Mozambique’s Mineral Resources and Energy minister Pedro Couto on 29 September stemmed from direct talks between President Filipe Nyusi with exasperated foreign investors in the United States. 635 more words


Qatar Petroleum “interested” in ENI Mozambique stake

Italy’s state-run ENI is looking to reduce a 50% stake in its giant Mozambique gas acreage as part of plans to sell €5-billion (US$5.6-billion) of assets over the next two years. 469 more words


200 Elementary School Children Receive New Bikes

WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Two hundred elementary school students have brand new bikes thanks to the Wish For Wheels program.

Anadarko Petroleum teamed up with the Gilcrest school district to treat the kids in low income communities. 76 more words


Anadarko Petroleum Joins 'Wish For Wheels' To Make Bikes For Kids

DENVER (CBS4) – Two groups in the community have come together to help low-income children.

The nonprofit Wish for Wheels and Anadarko Petroleum helped build bikes for those children. 98 more words


Global Oil & Gas: Anadarko expects “minimal” funding in Mozambique LNG project this year

Woodlands-based Anadarko on Friday said it will slash its 2016 spending by almost 50 percent, and expects minimal funding in its Mozambique LNG project during the year. 179 more words
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Breaking News!! Anadarko Petroleum to take Africa / Mozambique decision in 2016

(2015-12-10) Anadarko Petroleum is planning to make a final decision next year on how it will develop vast gas discoveries that the US Company has made off the east coast of Mozambique. 471 more words

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Breaking News! Anadarko Achieves New Mozambique LNG Milestones: Unitization Agreement With Eni / MoU For Domestic Gas

(2015-12-03) Anadarko has signed an agreement for the development of the massive natural gas resources that straddle two offshore blocks.

The US giant, along with its partners in Offshore Areas 1 and 4 has signed a Unitisation and Unit Operating Agreement (UUOA) which will allow the blocks to be developed until 24 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves (12 Tcf from each area) have been developed. 291 more words