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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 25 deepwater wells within the Offshore Area 1 Block discovering an estimated 50 to 70+ trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of recoverable natural gas. Additionally, Anadarko and its partners are working to advance a commercial liquefied natural gas (LNG) development onshore.

These massive natural gas discoveries and future world-class LNG project represent a transformational opportunity for Mozambique. 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. Learn more in this independent report from Standard Bank.

 

​Environmental and Social Management

National Content​

Read about our commitment to protecting the environment and
public health.

​We're working to ensure we maximize opportunities for Mozambicans in the workforce.

 
 

Project Benefits

Social Investment

The Mozambique LNG Project
carries transformational
benefits for Mozambique.

​Sharing the benefits is a foundational component of the Mozambique LNG project.

 
 
 



Anadarko in Mozambique

Our Values in Action
The articles in the publication reflect our dedication to enhancing economic and educational opportunities in Mozambique as we develop the natural gas resources.

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2014 Mozambique Fact Sheet

 
 
 

MZ LNG Employment

Mozambique-based positions working for Anadarko Moçambique Área 1, Lda

Interested parties should actively monitor applicable job boards to identify, and apply for, specific positions for which they wish to be considered. Applicants must hold a valid authorization to work in Mozambique in order to be qualified candidates.

In addition: Click here to submit a CV to be considered for Mozambique based positions (both local employment and contractor)