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“We believe, as we go into the next decade, Mozambique will emerge as the third-largest exporter of LNG in the world.” 
                                                                     Al Walker, Anadarko Chairman, President and CEO


Since 2010, Anadarko and its partners have drilled more than 20 deepwater wells within the Offshore Area 1 Block discovering an estimated 45 to 70 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of recoverable natural gas. Additionally, Anadarko and its partners are now advancing a commercial liquefied natural gas (LNG) development onshore, with first cargoes planned in 2018.

These massive natural gas discoveries and future world-class LNG project represent a transformational opportunity for Mozambique to become a major exporter of LNG. This activity has the potential to generate substantial revenues for the government, long-term foreign investment, infrastructure and other social improvements, as well as direct and induced employment opportunities.

Sixth- and seventh-grade students at Escola Unidade and Escola Primária 16 de Junho in Palma Village, Mozambique voted to determine the name of Anadarko’s discovery area in Offshore Area 1 of the Rovuma Basin. The name selected, “Prosperidade,” means prosperity – an appropriate name, as this natural gas field represents tremendous opportunities for the people of Mozambique and the partnership.

 

 



Anadarko in Mozambique (PDF) 
Our Values in Action
The articles contained in this publication reflect our dedication to enhancing economic and educational opportunities in Mozambique as we develop the natural gas resources.
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Learn how Anadarko is protecting our environment, living our values and giving back to the communities where we live and work, while finding and producing the vital energy resources we all need.
English (PDF)
Portuguese (PDF)
 
2014 Mozambique Fact
Sheet (PDF)

Mozambique LNG contribute $500,000 to Save the Children for Mozambique Flood Relief.